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Maizy Mae

This route is located in the Southern Region at Drive-By Crag

Dirty Smelly Hippie

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Super Charger 5.13d (Sport) ****

First Ascent: Tobias Wolf in 2009
Length: 90ft
Bolts: 11 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Climb Maizy Mae to the ledge then continue up the overhanging pocketed wall to join with Beer Belly. Equipped by Joe Kinder.
Moves: Slopey
Descent: Chains
Stays Dry:
Owner: RRGCC

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5.14a (5 votes)

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Submitted by: Raiden
Date: Dec 10th, 2020


Anonymous said on May 12th, 2009
aka The Sour Kraut
Anonymous said on November 7th, 2009
14a for sure.....
Anonymous said on November 23rd, 2009
bad bolts, if the hanger can spin at all it's about to pop off
Sandman said on December 4th, 2009
The bolts are a little suspect... apparently joe used 2.5" expansion bolts bought at Rogers Hardware in stanton..... Only three bolts thru the hard would need to be replaced. After doing some and trying alot of 13.d's in the Red... This route is for sure 14a.
Wes said on December 4th, 2009
Seriously? That is fucked up. It's not like we don't have enough to do replacing the old bolts, but to have to replace new ones as well? He should know better, and I would have been psyched to get him some real hardware. This is the kind of BS that sponsors need to know about. Dock his pay for the new bolts!
sendit said on December 4th, 2009
a little suspect!? if they are anything like the bolt job on southern smoke it's just a matter of time until pop, pop, pop. you'd think folks would know this ain't granite ;-)
pigsteak said on December 4th, 2009
agreed....3 3/4 by half inch minimum people.
Wes said on December 4th, 2009
If any of you hard people want to fix it - I can provide Team Suck bolts. Or I can get around to it sooner or later.
mike_anderson said on December 6th, 2009
I think the people that climb at that grade don't need Team Suck wiping their ass for them. They can replace their own shitty bolts. But, that's just my opinion.
Wes said on December 6th, 2009
Not sure I am a fan of your wording. But seeing as how the same one percent or so of climbers is doing most of the work around the red (trails/rebolting/etc) a whole lot of people shouldn't have to have "their asses wiped," regardless of the grade they climb, yet they rarely step up and wipe it themselves, so to speak. Are you part of the one percent or just another ass?
Thomas8696 said on April 6th, 2010
does anyone know if the bolts have been replaced yet? if not I would be willing to do get on there and do it. This line looks too good not to be climbed safely.
calvinivlac said on April 7th, 2010
Please do. I just watched someone climb it - so if bolts are suspect, they should be replaced immediately. Same dude onsighted Kaleidescope too, nice job.
the rock said on April 20th, 2010
one question guys. is the end from the line beer bellys or you finished by the separate ancer? what is 14a? because the separate finsh is much harder i think. thanks for the answers
Thomas8696 said on April 23rd, 2010
I think that the separate anchors are the way to go, although it is impossible not to use some of the holds over on the edge of beer belly. Either way I dont think it adds too much more to the grade, the real crux is the last two bolts.