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Route Spray Name Type Grade Quality User Stars Length Picture

1

Split Pea Soup-closed Sport 5.12a
 
45ft  

2

Finesse Express Sport 5.13a
 
45ft

3

Cougar Sport 5.12b
 
35ft

4

Voyager Sport 5.12b
 
35ft

5

Spring Clean Sport 5.12a
 
35ft

6

Mixtress Trad 5.11a
 
35ft

7

Sojourner Sport 5.12b
 
40ft

11

Wyatt Earp Sport Unknown
 
55ft  

12

Lonesome Dove Sport Unknown
 
45ft  

13

Plum Fairy-not sent Sport Unknown
 
40ft  

14

Apple Fritter Sport Unknown
 
45ft  

8

Jesse James Sport Unknown
 
5.00  (1) 65ft  

Comments

1
climb2core said on September 19th, 2018
Is this wall near Camelot? Seems similar in height and quality. Asking for a friend.
2
ray said on September 19th, 2018
The trails and base were built with sustainability in mind and all routes are equipped with 100% stainless steel "spinner style" bolts provided by Ian Kirk.
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Anonymous said on September 19th, 2018
Can someone clarify who owns the land? I don't want a ticket for climbing new routes on Forest Service land.
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climb2core said on September 19th, 2018
Well we know that’s not true cause I got you the plated bolts
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ray said on September 19th, 2018
National Forest Service owns the land. Don’t worry, you’ll never climb there.
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Anonymous said on September 19th, 2018
hahaha Ray that's the funniest thing I've seen in awhile.
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Anonymous said on September 20th, 2018
Whether it’s Hominy Hole or Rockcastle, rangers eventually discover the routes. It’s the long term access to the rest of the FS land people are concerned about.
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Anonymous said on September 20th, 2018
By people you mean you or is anonymous like Neegan? Nice rhetoric Trump.
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Anonymous said on September 20th, 2018
A lot has happened behind the scenes this year between climbers and Forest Service. If you don't know, ask.
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Anonymous said on September 20th, 2018
Hi. What's happened between the Forest Service and climbers over the last year/s?
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Anonymous said on September 20th, 2018
After years of work from “people,” as in Access Fund people and Coalition people, it looks like new FS bolting rules finally are on the horizon. The FS still cares about archaeological sites, trails and endangered species. They have to. It’s federal law. Rest assured the new rules won’t be “put a bolt wherever you want.” The new rules will include a review process for proposed new routes. If you want new legal routes, that’s good, right? Well, it’s going to be a source of conflict between climbers. Some people will want to play by the rules, other won’t. A few people are going to continue bolting where FS doesn’t want us to bolt. If that happens too much, FS will just scrap the review process and reimpose the ban. So, if the whole community wants new legal bolting on 3000 miles of free cliff line, odds will be improved with a little self policing. I don’t know where you draw that self policing line, but I’m pretty sure it doesn’t include publishing new unauthorized routes on FB and RRC. Bolters are going to have to decide how much they want to risk it for everyone else to put up their own new lines.
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Anonymous said on September 20th, 2018
Do you know how long we have been hearing about this supposedly imminent review process? Gimme a break oh young hopeful.
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ray said on September 20th, 2018
Oh yea, the review process lol
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Anonymous said on September 20th, 2018
The last year has been different. Get up to speed. Don't screw it up.
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ray said on September 20th, 2018
Nah I'm good. I'll be climbing the 40+ routes still too. Good luck with the government.
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Anonymous said on September 20th, 2018
Congratulations to pig and other's for breaking the chains of bureaucratic inertia. Also, for not 'closing' routes while they partook of the public commons.
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Anonymous said on September 23rd, 2018
to all the anons with all this insider information on how the FS "system" is moving full steam ahead. Can you provide us some public information to back up the claim. Much appreciated. And while on this subject, I must ponder. Are you worried about the publishing of the routes, or the bolting of the routes on FS land? Because I am sure you are fully aware that there are now over 300 "unauthorised routes in the London FS district going back 15 years or more. in fact, just in the last 2 years easily another 100 sport routes have went up. Surely you arent saying that "illegal" bolting is OK as long as it is kept quiet, but that the publishing of the routes is the immoral position. please clarify. I can provide you with names of those bolters (some with impressive rrg credentials) if you are wanting to send out your "be careful" memo.
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Anonymous said on September 23rd, 2018
Free Soloing is the only true climbing!!!! Bolts are aid!
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ynp1 said on October 9th, 2018
I want the name of these illegal bolts. Thanks!
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ynp1 said on October 9th, 2018
I want the names of the illegal bolters.
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climb2core said on October 10th, 2018
It was me whiny peon. I bolted them all. Ian Kirk. Now, just what do you think you're going to do with that information? Before you run to the bat phone, did you know the local rangers already know of these bolts and that there is climbing going on at these walls?
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Anonymous said on October 10th, 2018
If the local ranger’s boss orders the ranger to start enforcing the law, that’s what will happen. And I know the DBNF superintendent isn’t cool with new bolting. Nor is the super cool with unauthorized trail building. Hopefully there’s no hominy holes this time.
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climb2core said on October 10th, 2018
Established routes set a precedence that pave the way for future climbing. Just don't do it on an archaeologically sensitive area. This is how many areas have been established. Morehead is another good example. There is more tolerance to climbing in other parts of the state that do not see the volume and impact that the RRG does. Why you so 'fraid and gotta hide behind the anon?
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Anonymous said on October 10th, 2018
Ian, you don't dictate FS policy. I know you don't know jack about why FS is the way it is. It's not just archaeological sites, for example. But since you're so reckless in your assumptions, you might just mess it up for the rest of us.
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climb2core said on October 10th, 2018
It'd be great to have an in-depth conversation with you. Send me pm and we can chat. I know of several things that I'd rather not post online that go against everything you've stated.
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ynp1 said on October 10th, 2018
Anonymous, you offered to give out a list of names, and I said I would take them. Feel free to message me if you don’t want it to be open to the public. Also, I am not a ranger or any other federal government employee. Nor will I give out any of the names, I just want to see what you have got.
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climbhigh said on October 11th, 2018
Hes not a cop but he does do Village People meetups. His cop costume is convincing.
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Anonymous said on October 11th, 2018
"Just don't do it on an archaeologically sensitive area." What, you dig in the dirt before bolting to make sure there's no bones down there? Ha!
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Anonymous said on October 11th, 2018
you will not be the first person to be exhausted by c2c's misplaced righteousness.
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ynp1 said on October 11th, 2018
Thanks climbhigh! That is one of the nicest things said about me ever on this site. Anonymous, was the list just a threat? Still waiting on it...