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House of Mirrors

This route is located in the Miller Fork at Chaos


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Morla 5.10d (Trad)

First Ascent: Kenneth Johns, Meghan Curry in 2013
Length: 100ft
Gear: Hands, fingers (report bad anchors)

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This is the long, arching left-facing dihedral around the corner. Shares anchors with House of Mirrors. I know, it's hard to believe anyone would climb this.
Moves: unknown
Descent: Bolt anchors
Stays Dry:
Owner: RRGCC

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Anonymous said on November 4th, 2013
This route should not be climbed until it has an anchor, as the top of the cliff is private property and you will be trespassing if you top out.
caribe said on November 4th, 2013
We'll try to get anchors on this thing next weekend.
caribe said on November 4th, 2013
Team Belch
Anonymous said on November 4th, 2013
Now wouldn't the wall be trespassing as well, who owns the cliff?
Anonymous said on November 5th, 2013
We own the wall, the Coopers own the land on top.
Anonymous said on November 5th, 2013
now are you trying to play flip/flop on the drip line or did something change- just curious how this all is going to play out in the future with the owner of the high ground really owning the wall down to where the dirt meets the wall, in the same way the F.S, looks at the land ownership
Anonymous said on November 5th, 2013
cliff ownership is in the deed, why you wanna cause a stink in public? go fart outside.
Anonymous said on November 5th, 2013
They are a cool couple and also climbers. Just respect their privacy. You'll never need to top out on their land anyway so why even bitch about it.
Anonymous said on November 5th, 2013
Just because it's donated climbers money being used to buy land, I'd hate to see effort, time, money and lots of energy to establish these new areas be taking away because we didn't actually own what we thought. It's cool to see the owners there are okay with it for now but what if they sell it. I want to make sure the money being givin is actually buying the walls we want and not just a who knows answer. They can take it if we don't really own it
Anonymous said on November 5th, 2013
Clearly you don't have a clue what rights were conveyed with the deed. Pretty sure Paul and company did their due diligence. If you care so much, get more involved and then you won't be making a collective Ass of U and Me. Thx! bye now
Anonymous said on November 6th, 2013
Jesus fucking Christ this is the reason why the red sucks.
Anonymous said on November 6th, 2013
i hear yous. to anon who knows what's going on: maybe this person is trying to get involved by gathering what facts are available and making some connections, as they are addressing an issue from the past it seems like a reasonable concern. to anon who is curious: it just so happens that there are small clusters of involved people who get fatigued by all the kibbitizers/gawkers/wanna-bes and whatnots that are always trying to stay au currant and want a free ride but don't really give a shit.