Treponema pallidum

This route is located in the Miller Fork at The Infirmary

The Therapist (Open Project)


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Quarantine 5.12c (Sport) **

First Ascent: Dan McMahon, Dustin Stephens in 2014
Length: 80ft
Bolts: 7 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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The crux of this line is getting off the ground then bouldering around often wet rock for the first two bolts. After which a steep jug haul awaits. If you can catch this one bone dry it may be worth the time. Otherwise move on.
Moves: Bouldery
Descent: Chains
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: RRGCC
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dustonian said on April 4th, 2014
This one is open at 12c.
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tbwilsonky said on April 5th, 2014
this is a striking photo.
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dustonian said on April 5th, 2014
Oh yeah, photo by Dylan Vaughn Schweig, thanks bud. Also much appreciation to Joel Handley, Marty Vogel, and John for helping with the epic retaining wall project and props to Dan McMahon for nabbing the FA. Route is called "Quarantine"... two cool cruxes and an amazing second half. Avoid this one if it's been raining a lot lately as the bottom tends to seep, tho it usually dries out by afternoon.
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zdordai said on April 8th, 2014
bottom crux felt really really hard and I blew a few left feet going out left to a good pocket off a bad crimp. felt like another really hard move then a bunch of jugs? You can also skip the wetness at the bottom (and those holds feel really fragile anyways) and its only a bit harder. any beta for that move going off the double ticked crimp to the faint ticked pocket out left? ninja kick left heel? this one is gonna be really really good...
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whoneedsfeet said on May 1st, 2014
his first name is Dan not brian.
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Anonymous said on April 30th, 2015
Only one hold gets wet and it's a huge jug. The bottom tends to dry out by afternoon.
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Anonymous said on April 14th, 2017
Route description is not accurate. Crux is the crimping up higher on good dry rock, the bottom section is relatively easy. Even when it appears wet the important holds are dry.