St. Alfonso's

This route is located in the Northern Gorge Region at Phantasia

The "end" of the crag


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Tomfoolery 5.5 (Trad) *

First Ascent: Tom Seibert in 1976
Length: 40ft
Gear: (report bad anchors)

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Walk around the corner 40 feet left of the previous route to this layback crack.
Moves: Hands
Stays Dry:
Owner: NFS
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Anonymous said on March 17th, 2005
the webbing anchor is more up further, more like 40 ft
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Ascentionist said on December 7th, 2005
You can set up a TR by soloing part way up St. Alphonso's and traversing through vertical rhodo to a point above hte crack. No, seriously, you can.
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DuppyC said on May 31st, 2006
had a copperhead jump into our setup area at the base of this climb yesterday.
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DuppyC said on May 31st, 2006
Oh yah, and this was my first trad lead, more like 40ft than 25.
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towermasterhand said on June 8th, 2009
there is a good piece of green webbing wrapped around the rhodo at the top of the route I saw it and rapelled from it 6/6/09 it held me with no probs and I am 170 lbs. you might want to double check after a few weeks or so to make sure the tree is still solid though before you trust it. fun climb thought.
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jenbongo said on March 22nd, 2011
New aqua blue webbing was added to the rhodo anchor on 20 March 2011, and it held a ~200 lb pregnant woman. It felt much harder than 5.5 to both of us, but kinda fun.
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rjackson said on February 7th, 2016
You can get a lot of adventure in 40 feet . . . :-)