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Drive-By Crag

Grade Trad Mixed Sport Total
5.10 7 2 53 62
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Directions to Drive-By Crag

RRGCC
This wall is in property owned by RRGCC. Be respectful.
Drive 12.4 miles south on KY 11 from Miguel's toward Beattyville. Turn right on KY 498 and follow for 1.2 miles to Bald Fork Road. Take a sharp right onto Bald Fork Road and follow it as it curves left toward a house. Do not turn right at the first fork. After 0.3 miles the road turns to gravel and heads down a steep hill. At the bottom of the hill you will pass the parking area on the right for The Motherlode. Remain on the road for a total of 1.4 miles (0.6 miles past the Motherlode parking) until you see a wooden sign indicating the RRGCC parking area on the left. Park here and walk back out to the road. Turn left onto Bald Fork Road and follow it for about 100 feet to the next dirt road on the right. Hike up the dirt road until it intersects with another road and turn right. Hike this road uphill for about 7 minutes (do not turn left on the next road) until it curves around to the right. About 100 feet after the road curves to the right look for a small wooden ladder on the left which leads up a short hill and ends directly beneath Check Your Grip and Whipper Snapper.

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Route Spray Name Type Grade Quality Length Picture

0

Hotdog in a Hallway Trad 5.9
 
60  
The steep gaping chimney just left of Guilty Pleasure. Mostly medium cams with stemming and a wild step-across crux at the top. Belay on top to keep your rope from getting hopelessly sutck in the crack when lowering. Steepness:

1

Guilty Pleasure Sport 5.11d
 
55
Solid technical face climbing up a golden lichen-covered face left of Slick and the 9mm. Steepness:

1a

Slick and the 9mm Sport 5.10b
 
0
This is the farthest left route on the wall, located about 35 feet left of the bolted seam of Hakuna Mata. Climb over a bulge and up to the anchors in the middle of the face. From the anchors, it is possible to traverse right to a left-facing dihedral and continue to another set of anchors about 40 feet up. This pitch goes at 5.9. Steepness:

1b

Layback and Groove Sport 5.10b
 
50  
Layback the difficult crack/corner, then move left onto the steep face and up into the headwall to finish on giant chickenheads. Steepness:

2

Slut Men Sport 5.11d
 
70
This route is located about 10 feet left of Hatuna Makata under an overhang. Climb chossy rock to the overhang and pull over it to gain access to better rock quality. Pull over another bulge to gain the face then continue on shrinking holds to the anchors. Steepness:
Tags
crimpy-4 : scary-4

2a

Crimps and Bloods Sport 5.12a
 
95
Currently the longest route on the wall, this lengthy crimp fest begins 10 feet left of Hakuna Matata. Just enough rests along the way to keep the grade palatable but delivers a nice punch at the end. Steepness:

3

Hakuna Matata Sport 5.12a
 
85
This sustained route follows a thin crack/seam system on the left side of a gently overhanging golden face. Boulder up to a small ledge, then climb crimps and fingertip locks to the anchors. Steepness:

4

Extra Backup Sport 5.12a
 
70  
A shorter climb on the golden face right of Hakuna Matata. Climb small crimps past well-spaced bolts to the anchors. Steepness:

5

Fire and Brimstone Sport 5.10d
 
90
This route begins in an obvious dihedral. Climb the funky dihedral to a stance. Pull through a series of good edges, then head right for the saddle sit-down on the arete. Continue up through easier moves to the anchors. Steepness:

5a

Naked Lunch Sport 5.12a
 
80
A great plated jug line just left of Breakfast Burrito. Nope, it's not a squeeze job. You just never noticed this gorgeous line. Like keeping a straight face this line becomes more difficult the higher you get. A gimme for some. Watch out for gigantic talking insects. Steepness:
Tags
technical-2

6

Breakfast Burrito Sport 5.10d
 
80
Classic. About 40 feet left of the approach trail is an attractive plated face with an alcove about 60 feet up. Climb up to the alcove, take a deep breath, then brave the exposed arete and steep face to the anchors. The famous "flexi-hold" finally broke, making for a tough crux clip. Steepness:
Tags
steep-5 : fun-7 : classic-6 : juggy-5

6a

A Wave New World Sport 5.10c
 
50
Start in a super featured runnel and encounter a little boulder problem at the 3rd bolt. Climbs more interesting than it looks from the ground. Equipped with glue-in bolts. Steepness:

7

Make a Wish Sport 5.10b
 
75
Walk left from the approach trail about 20 feet to find this line. Boulder up to good holds, move right around a flake/overhang, then surmount a ledge. Climb pockets and small edges, then jugs to the top of a point of rock. Steepness:

7a

Death Wish Sport 5.12a
 
90  
Extension to Make a Wish Steepness:

7b

Triggered (Closed Project) Sport 5.13-
 
105
Steepness:

8

Whipper Snapper Sport 5.12b
 
80  
At the end of the approach trail is an overhanging face with many bolted lines. This route is the first line encountered and begins just right of a crack. Climb finger pockets to a ego busting crux near the third bolt. Pull onto the overhanging face and bust through several tough moves which could quite possibly destroy the forearms. Take advantage of any shakes you can get as you approach the final awkward anchor clip. Steepness:

9

Check Your Grip Sport 5.12a
 
80
This route starts about 10 feet right of Whipper Snapper. Mantel the start and climb up to a ledge beneath an overhanging face. Pull a bouldery sequence, then continue rapidly up the sustained face on comfy sidepulls and slopers to a nice rest before the pump-dependent finish. Steepness:

10

Big Sinkin' Breakdown Sport 5.11c
 
85  
This route begins 10 feet right of Check Your Grip. Crank out a difficult boulder problem to a shelf then continue up the overhanging face. Steepness:
Tags
runout-1

11

Primus Noctum Sport 5.12a
 
75
This route begins 10 feet right of Big Sinkin' Breakdown and is marked by an obvious slab section near the beginning of the route. Run out to the anchors! Steepness:

12

Spirit Fingers Sport 5.11c
 
70
This bolted line is located about 5 feet right of Primus Noctum. Scramble up to a large ledge to start. Steepness:

13

Whip-Stocking Sport 5.11a
 
80
This is the next bolted line just right of Spirit Fingers around a blunt corner. There is a large alcove near the top and to the left of the line. Climb the plated face to some anchors just above a roof. Steepness:
Tags
pockets-1

13a

Deeper is Better Sport 5.10b
 
60
Start a few feet right of Whip-Stocking. Take advantage of a nice hand-jam down low before gaining a big ledge. Find the hidden hold along the way to make life easier and then pull some thin plates to the chains. Finish in a hueco. Steepness:

14

Yadda Yadda Yadda Sport 5.11b
 
50  
This route ascends the arete located about 15 feet right of Whipstocking. Climb interesting and reachy moves to the anchors. Steepness:

14a

Throne of Lies Sport 5.12c
 
75  
Continue past the anchors of Yadda Yadda Yadda angling up and right. Good holds give way to subtle dishes and crimps which may cut your ride short of the chains. Steepness:

14b

Lord of the Ring Trad 5.11
 
50
Ascends the thin finger crack in a dihedral right of Yadda Yadda Yadda. Climb to a ledge then move through steeper terrain to the chains on Yadda. Steepness:
Tags
fingers-2 : dihedral-1

15

Head and Shoulders Sport 5.11d
 
70  
This route ascends the bolted flake system just right of Yadda Yadda Yadda and on the adjacent wall. Steepness:
Tags
pumpy-10 : stout-1 : offwidth-1

16

Knees and Toes Sport 5.12b
 
90  
Extension to Head and Shoulders. Continue up past 2 more bolts from the anchors on Head and Shoulders. Steepness:
Tags
pinches-3

17

Beer Belly Sport 5.13a
 
90
Begin on Head and Shoulders. Climb to the 5th bolt, clip it, then head right through moderate climbing. Pull a hard move, grab a shake, then take on the final boulder problem just before the chains. Steepness:
Tags
bouldery-2

18

Maizy Mae Sport 5.12d
 
30
This abandoned project has become a bolted boulder problem. Climb the obvious overhanging 30 foot high block located about 25 feet right of Head and Shoulders. Steepness:
Tags
dynamic-1

19

Super Charger Sport 5.13d
 
90
Climb Maizy Mae to the ledge then continue up the overhanging pocketed wall to join with Beer Belly. Equipped by Joe Kinder. Steepness:

20

Dirty Smelly Hippie Sport 5.13b
 
90
This route begins by climbing the right arete of the 30 foot block to the right of Head and Shoulders and continues up the overhanging face above. Steepness:
Tags
slopey-2

21

Spank Sport 5.13a
 
70
This route ascends the overhanging face a few feet right of Dirty Smelly Hippie and just right of a dihedral. Begin by climbing left of the dihedral then move right at the good stance to take on the severely overhanging face. Shake it out at the obvious jug near the top then slap and pinch to the anchors. Steepness:
Tags
exposed-1

22

Absolute Zero Sport 5.13b
 
80  
Begin by climbing Spank then trend right when you reach the first ledge. From the ledge, make a scary clip then smack right to reach your friend for the next few bolts, Mr. Fat Flake. Dig and squeeze while slapping for chalk spots. You won't be alone if you pull up a stick clip at this point. Wire the bottom of The Nothing now and you can do the route the way Dave Hume intended it to be done. Steepness:

23

The Nothing Sport 5.14a
 
90
This route begins by climbing a faint crack system about 15 feet right of the previous route. A gimme 5.14 for those who spent the winter in Hueco. Hopefully that'll help give it some love. Remember though, Dave doesn't think it's 5.14. Will that detract the chasers? Let the games begin. Steepness:

24

The Galaxy (project) Sport Unknown
 
0  
This line is currently being bolted. Follows the fat flake 30 feet right of The Nothing. If The Nothing wasn't already taken it would have been a great name for this non-line. Equipped by Strange. Steepness:

25

The Business Sport 5.11d
 
65  
This route is located about 15 feet right of The Nothing. Climb pockets to the left side of a hueco then continue through more pockets to the anchors. You have no business climbing this route surrounded by so much good rock. Steepness:

25a

Pimp Juice Sport 5.13a
 
100  
Walk right of The Business to reach a cluster of long routes left of the obvious striking arete which Kaleidoscope follows. This is the leftmost line and is marked by a large black flake feature. Mostly endurance climbing broken up by a reachy boulder problem. Steepness:

26

Angry Birds Sport 5.13c
 
100
Next route right of Pimp Juice. Work up a pump to meet the beast at bolt 5. Bust through the first boulder problem to reach a ledge. Exit when ready then rage through 3 more bolts of insanity, complete with a Madness-like sloping beach move. Milk a recovery jug for all it's got then bust another boulder problem and dive for the toilet seat. One more long move gets you to the chains where you can be glad everything fell into place just right. Steepness:

27

Easy Rider Sport 5.13a
 
100
Begin on the ledge right of Angry Birds and head up a ramp to gain consistent climbing with decent rests. Pace yourself and save enough juice to enjoy the last 20 feet of excellent climbing that makes it all worthwhile. Apparently climbers have discovered a lay-down no hands rest before the final crux. 12d? Time will tell. Steepness:
Tags
long-3

28

Kaleidoscope Sport 5.13c
 
80
This overhanging arete is on the left side of the ampitheater 30 feet right of Easy Rider. Begin by climbing through delicate moves to gain the steeper right-angling arete up higher. Steepness:
Tags
arete-2 : beautiful-3

28a

Thug Life Sport 5.13d
 
0
Next route right of Kaleidoscope out the steep cave. Steepness:

29

The Sharma Project Sport Unknown
 
0
This line climbs out the insanely steep amphitheater 50 feet right of Kaleidoscope. Steepness:

30

Arachnophobia Sport 5.12d
 
0
This route lies on the right side of the amphitheater just off the trail leading to Bob Marley Crag. The line involves a cruxical first half before reaching the familiar steep jug hauling the Red is famous for. Don't spray the "almost onsite" if you fall going for the chains though because it may happen way more than once. It's tough up there. Steepness:

31

Harshin' my Mellow Sport 5.10b
 
60  
The left of the two routes on the orange wall. Mostly juggy with a short slopey crux. Steepness:

32

The Hanging Tree Sport 5.11b
 
65  
The right of the two routes on the orange wall. Start off a boulder and climb into nice balancey moves up to a bulge crux. Cleaning on toprope recommended due to the protruding iron jugs up high on the finishing slab. Steepness:

33

Captain Turtlehead Mixed 5.9+
 
80  
Clip the first bolt of Pottsville, then move up and left to the crack. Follow this to the top, trending right up high on the juggy slab to the Pottsville anchor. Lots of lichen but very solid rock, a sort of "North Carolina training" route. A #4 to 5 Camalot or two helpful. Steepness:

34

Pottsville Escarpment Sport 5.10a
 
80
The long pretty slab just left of the Mud on the Rug dihedral. Start on Mud on the Rug then immediately move left on a big iron jug to the high first bolt. Continue through awesome balancey moves and cool mantels. Steepness:

35

Mud on the Rug Trad 5.6
 
100
This route ascends a crack in a dihedral several hundred feet right of The Business. Steepness:

35a

Jungle Direct Mixed 5.10
 
80  
Scramble up into the alcove beneath the A-shaped chimney to the right of Mud on the Rug. Stem up into the chimney and pull the roof. Proceed straight up the George of the Jungle crack until it takes a 90 degree turn to the right. Step up and slightly left onto the face and proceed directly upward through the line of three bolts to the anchors. Steepness:

36

George of the Jungle Trad 5.9
 
0  
25 ft. right of Mud on the Rug is a crack that starts about 20ft off the ground. Climb the initial part of Mud on the Rug then traverse right to a ledge (or start the route directly, on slab jugs just left of a vine-choked crack). Follow the crack and face up a 3-bolt variation to the top. Steepness:

37

Giblets Sport 5.11c
 
65
Right of Arachnophobia as the trail continues to Bob Marley Crag is a left offshoot leading shortly up to a slabby wall hosting several bolted lines. This is the leftmost line. Jam a short crack to reach a distorted hueco beneath the 3rd bolt. Step up onto the face to begin climbing through several cruxes requiring lots of foot switching and bitching about no holds. Steepness:

38

Return to Sender Sport 5.10c
 
65
15 feet right of Giblets. Use advanced stick clipping skills to nab the first bolt. Climb up to the roof and tread lightly on the gigantic mud blob to pull onto the face. Enjoy a long ride of high stepping and slot sloping to a great view from the chains. Steepness:

39

Junior's Gesture Sport 5.11a
 
65
Climb up to a ledge to clip the high first bolt then continue up a blunt arete to meet the crux after a couple of mud jugs. Grovel onto the face making use of sloping ledges which just don't feel as good as you want them to. Once you get your ass over the hump it's just fun climbing to the chains. Steepness:

40

Murder at Frozen Head Sport 5.11b
 
65
Begin on a flat boulder. Climb the face to reach a no hands rest on a ledge. Tiptoe off the ledge onto the face then back onto the ledge several times until your belayer seems irritated then commit to anything you can grab to make the leg shaking clip. If you make it to the 4th you got it in the bag. Steepness:

41

Amyloid Plaque Sport Sport 5.13a
 
60
A 5.13a slab line? It probably doesn't need a description because nobody else will climb it. It's the blank one with no holds. Looks killer though. Steepness:

42

Dementia Trad 5.6
 
65
Angling crack which trends left to join Amyloid Plaque at the chains. Use a crash pad or some creativity to protect the beginning. Steepness:

43

Sojourner Truth Sport 5.10c
 
55
Race up on large plates which end abruptly at a bulge where the real climbing begins. Move up past some nice moves to a hole just before the chains. From the hole, peek out and stare at the chains for awhile while you wonder how you can reach them without falling. Steepness:

43a

Fleeing the Scene Sport 5.11b
 
65
If you're expecting all slab, then you'll be shook by the steep finale. The grade comes from the cruxy start, and the steep finish. Don't be expecting an easy onsight, this route's chalk and ticks get rained off pretty quickly. Welcome the clean rock and get creative! Steepness:
Tags
hands-1 : fists-1 : pile-1 : contrived-1 : confusing-1 : shady-1

44

End of Days Trad 5.8+
 
65
The big crack in the dihedral right of the previous lines. Steepness:

45

The Dangling Participle Sport 5.11a
 
50
Begin just right of the wide crack. If you got your ass kicked on the slabs to the left then jump on this climb which has actual holds to get your confidence back. Steepness:

46

Das Krue Sport 5.12a
 
50
Just right of The Dangling Participle. Just because it's close to that route doesn't mean it has holds too. Just take a look at the holds in the beginning to determine if you want to attempt it or just head down the trail and over to jugs at Bob Marley. Steepness:

47

Linkage Disequilibrium Trad 5.11b
 
90
The aesthetic discontinuous crack system right of Das Krue. Lots of technical insecure jamming in flared pods with just enough thank-dog feet. Save a few small and medium cams to double up on pro for the highly engaging exit mantel move. Steepness:

Comments

1
Anonymous said on February 2nd, 2005
there are a bunch of climbs to the left of this too aren't there?
2
SCIN said on November 25th, 2006
Parking Area GPS Coordinates: Latitude 37.64833, Longitude: 83.725
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SCIN said on November 25th, 2006
Cliff GPS Coordinates: Latitude 37.65277, Longitude 83.72472
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Josephine said on March 30th, 2008
morning sun & afternoon shade
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Anonymous said on April 29th, 2008
hello I climbed a route which is a combination : start in Head and shoulders, and turn right in the overhanging wall. Could someone give me the name of this route please ? thank you in advance. Olivier
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Anonymous said on April 29th, 2008
please, ignore the previous comment : I found the answer ;-))
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ruetut said on May 17th, 2008
To the left of Fire & Brimstone i counted 5 routes and only see 4 listed. Am i going crazy or are we missing something?
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hamsco said on July 10th, 2009
The order of the routes is mixed up... Fire is climbers left of BB
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allen said on November 23rd, 2010
New Route across the ampitheater from Kaleidoscope - Arachnaphobia 12d http://www.mountainproject.com/v/kentucky/red_river_gorge/pendergrassmurray_recreational_preserve/106967509
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said on April 11th, 2011
I'm a bit confused here. Is it Big Sinkin Breakdown or Check Your Grip that has the big fixed chain draws?
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dustonian said on April 11th, 2011
Check yr Grip
12
dustonian said on March 6th, 2013
Newer routes on the right side (Walk-By) not recommended if it's been raining much, the bases of some routes are a muddy nightmare at present.
13
craig.smith1 said on November 8th, 2014
What's the new route just to the left of Make a Wish? It has glue- ins. It is decent. More thoughtful than it looks from the ground.
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craig.smith1 said on November 8th, 2014
I have no idea why this comment showed up under "armed forces". It was written on the "Drive By" main page. Glitchy
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Anonymous said on November 16th, 2014
Wonder if it avoids the giant poison ivy bush up there? http://mountainproject.com/v/a-wave-new-world/109714325
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Anonymous said on September 23rd, 2015
There is now a 5 bolt extension to Yadda Yadda Yadda, crosses the crack and trends up and right a bit. Still a fixed line on it and it runs through a biner at the chains of YYY. If that is in anyone's way feel free to un-clip it. Closed project and route should be somewhere around mid 12 I think.
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mourz said on November 16th, 2015
Got an a short route with shiny glue-ins between Slick and the 9mm and Slut Men. Probably a mid 10
18
Anonymous said on May 22nd, 2017
The new 10c-ish climb on far left is good. Worthy of a name. Was dry after 2 days of downpours.
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DrRockso said on November 6th, 2017
Enjoyed the new route to the right of slick, 10c feels about right. Let's get a name on that thing.
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Anonymous said on February 20th, 2020
How is this wall in the rain?
21
Anonymous said on February 20th, 2020
soaking wet
22
Raiden said on February 20th, 2020
Tools > Advanced Search > Area = Drive-By Crag, Ctrl + click desired Route Dry adjectives > Search
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climb2core said on February 21st, 2020
Idk Raiden.. I think that search function is very generalized and not always very accurate. Quite a few of the lines suffer from runoff after/during heavy rains such as Whip Stocking and Check Your Grip. Others stay pretty dry. You can definitely climb there, but expect more than a few to be unclimbable.
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Anonymous said on February 22nd, 2020
Wetter than Cromper's Mom at Jeff Foxworthy show!!!!
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Anonymous said on June 5th, 2020
https://www.mountainproject.com/route/118982917/closed-project
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AidClimber said on June 5th, 2020
Mdjagg squeezing one in at drive-by lemme grab my popcorn for this one
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Anonymous said on June 6th, 2020
I know Drive-By like the back of my hand. MdJagg's new route is literally sand. What is the use of glue-ins if the sand will just crumble around the bolt??? This route is dangerous. Who is going to chop it?
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Anonymous said on June 6th, 2020
This guy needs to be banished from the Red, he is a serious blight on the landscape...
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said on June 6th, 2020
Lol. I've drilled hundreds of holes, and know what a bad hole feels like, and not a single hole was sandy, or "dangerous". My bits were brand new as well.This route is very adventurous, and traverses around the bad rock. Is it your classic RRG climb? Maybe not. But it is extremely fun climbing and something I've wanted to climb for a long time, and something a good number of hard climbers will want to check out. So please stop with the threats and hatred, it's gotten old quick.
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Anonymous said on June 6th, 2020
Lol here we go again.... can't you just go somewhere else where you're not universally scorned? Especially somewhere besides this ridiculously already-overbolted crag...
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Anonymous said on June 6th, 2020
Don’t bash it until you’ve climbed it. Honestly I’m with you other anon’s, thought it was sandy rock as well. He bolted it though, so let’s see.
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Anonymous said on June 7th, 2020
OK folks, redriverclimbing.com has about 3000 routes, and all the comments back to 2002 are saved. name another route from last 18 years where the bolter posted such a "GET OFF MY LAWN" comment?
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Anonymous said on June 7th, 2020
Looks like this Matt Jaggers character has learned a lot from Trump. He walks into the scene and is instantly famous because the entire community hates him. Hmmm.. and for good reason. He has threatened violence, a bolt chopping war, and bolts the worst routes on earth. All of his threads, mountain project routes, and forums have all been deleted because of his comments but he can't erase his reputation. Make The Red Great Again! Ban Matt Jaggers!!
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Anonymous said on June 7th, 2020
Jaggers homemade bolts are going to kill people. Why does he insist on putting people's lives on the line just to save a few bucks? No one will know they are getting on homemade bolts. What has the Red come to?
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said on June 7th, 2020
Jim Titt makes them right in my bed room. We're super tight like that.
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Anonymous said on June 8th, 2020
That's where you are wrong. Jim thinks you're an insane moron since you publicly went off on him for no reason. But then again, that's what you do. Again and again, you make yourself look like a complete ass. There is a reason the climbing community thinks you're a total idiot.
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Anonymous said on June 8th, 2020
This Matt person just got here like a year or two ago. I have never seen someone have so many negative interactions with so many people in such a short time. Is this guy insane or something? I don't get it.
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Anonymous said on June 8th, 2020
And he blames it on "the scene" too, which is dumb af. The Red will accept anyone if you're around for a little while and not a complete asshole. And I stress "complete," because you can be a little bit of an asshole and be just fine. I've never met this guy but he must be epic.
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Anonymous said on June 8th, 2020
So Matt Jaggers "Ma Ja" has created a ghost account on Mountain Project. If you search for Ma Ja, you get the ghost. Here is his real one. https://www.mountainproject.com/user/200149585/ma-ja This is his posting history. He posts some bullshit, people comment on his bullshit, he doesn't like the comments, deletes the post and reposts. He is trying to hide in plain sight. Hey Ma Ja, your shit stinks so bad anyone can find you.
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Anonymous said on June 8th, 2020
There has been so much crap about this Matt Jaggers lately that I decided to do a little digging. Apparently, he is a subpar carpenter from Louisville who has a bad reputation for shoddy work. A lot of people are upset with him and his amateur woodworking. The word on the street is that he can't take any criticism, advice, or guidance. He is extremely defensive and passive aggressive. He sounds like a real winner if you ask me.
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said on June 8th, 2020
Funny, I've never left a job where the home owner wasnt happy. I've been word of mouth since the beginning, and have people waiting weeks and months for me. Strange that people would do that for someone like you described. If I'm the orange man, you all must be CNN. Keep trolling though, seems much more rewarding than climbing!
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said on June 8th, 2020
https://www.airbnb.com/rooms/5825878?source_impression_id=p3_1591630792_N7Ve5dcqqAHiS7jq&guests=1&adults=1 This one was fun. From scratch.
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Anonymous said on June 9th, 2020
Why do I get the strange feeling that Anon is Matt Jaggers?
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Anonymous said on June 9th, 2020
Weird. And terribly unprofessional as well as unethical to post someone else's property on a stupid rock climbing site where people act like fools.
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said on June 9th, 2020
Someone's property who is renting out on Air B&B. I'd call it free advertising. You can even stay there a few nights to go over my work. Let me know if I need to go back and touch anything up.
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Anonymous said on June 9th, 2020
Careful fellas, if you critique his master craftsman artistry and shameless online spray even a little bit, he'll probably send you a strongly worded bitchy little email LMAO... get this guy some Pampers and hygiene products STAT
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Anonymous said on June 9th, 2020
This is just sad, if you guys are going to argue online, at least make it entertaining to watch.
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Anonymous said on October 14th, 2020
Douchebag Report: White Acura SUV with Colorado plates parking high underneath the Driveway cliff today instead of down in the parking area. Blonde White Female, Brown hair asian female, blonde short Euro male. Entitled douchbags that then proceeded to make fun of the locals they saw at the Lee County Rec Center.
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AidClimber said on October 14th, 2020
Surely you corrected them in person right before posting this right
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Anonymous said on October 14th, 2020
This anonymous comment on a website they probably don't know about will sure show them! Thank you sir, you are truly braver than the troops
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Anonymous said on October 14th, 2020
You are right; I was cowardly. They were very experienced climbers and knew what they were doing incorrectly. I did not want the conflict. I am not as brave as you or our troops, but I am hoping someone who knows these people might give them the shit they deserve.
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Anonymous said on October 14th, 2020
The "authorized vehicles only" sign is small, and it is called Drive-By. Hopefully they would move if politely informed of expectations. If you get lip instead, just call a tow truck.
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Dogs are chill here right? -Stan
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Wondering if it’s to Ok to park at the base of the crag?
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Dude, did you read the above comments about CO douche patrol?!
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
A euro male, a blonde, and an asian brunette drive up to a crag... I’m here all weekend
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Called “drive by” but the road ends at the crag
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
With a 1-8-7 on that mothafukkin ass.
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Hello Stan, There are numerous wonderful guidebooks available taste detail where dogs are allowed, where parking is allowed, sun/shade per time of day, and even how pumpy a route is. I suggest looking at one of these. Safe travels from the Bay Area and please bring your puppy (perhaps brung a few dog bags too in case they have an accident;) at the crag;)). PS. I drive down from Michigan on a regular basis, most recently for Christmas, and have always found the crags to be pooch friendly and filled with welcoming folks!
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Carrying over from another page.... just because you've been vaccinated, doesn't mean you can't carry the virus and spread it to those that have not been. If your area of the country is under lockdown, don't come here unless you're planning on taking the time to quarantine first. Theres a reason why you can't climb in your area, so dont bring that here to a tiny town like Beattyville or Slade. Or just be selfish and do you, Healthcare worker, or teacher, or whatever else you could do that could have granted you access to the vaccine before everyone else. Please stay away.
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Yeah!...you do you and be selfish...you selfish healthcare worker, teacher, essential employee, whatever selfish job you have held throughout the pandemic putting your health and you family’s health at risk to provide essential services to the general population. Shame on you! Stay home and don’t ever leave to exercise, enjoy life, relax, or unwind from your selfish job!
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
CA stay at home order has been lifted, FYI angry non-vaccinated maybe local
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Cause that's how it works... Either stay in your home and never leave, OR travel across the country and expose small towns to your vaccinated ass just to get some exercise. How about this guy and his dog find a park near his home to get some exercise and stay healthy? Pretty simple. Thanks for being an essential human, Stan.
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Perfectly good set of money bars at the local CA playground and you don’t even have to drive across the county, spreading the new Covid mutation, to visit the PMRP playground.
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
You obviously don't understand WHY the stay at home order got lifted. Newsom is about to get recalled. Thats why he did it. Their cases are souring, even more than when the order went into effect, and yet he lifted the order to protect himself.
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
What’s “souring”? The extra unused cases of Covid vaccine inadequately refrigerated?
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Soaring*
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
I got the first dose but don't think I'm going to be getting the second. Just not worth my time. I'd rather be climbing. Headed out this weekend. Looking for a partner too, someone chill hit me up. Not trying to deal with drama. -Stan
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Well if not two rounds of vaccine than you aren’t vaccinated. Hope you and the dog meet unfortunate situations and misery in your wonderful travels. Suck a dick and eat shit. Hope you get an anal booster shot while in the hollers. Squeal piggy, squeal.
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Wow...very angry...very sour...keyboard hero
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Don't agree to go scrub boulders with this guy alone! Beware he idolizes a character in deliverance.
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Anonymous said on January 28th, 2021
Watch out Fowtown Boulders! This agro COVID Karen likes you!
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Anonymous said on January 30th, 2021
Coughing on your holds and his wiener before it gets slid in.
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Anonymous said on January 30th, 2021
Don't climb rock. Catch the covid cock