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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

Mini-Slab

5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c (6)

Sport, 1 pitch, 35'

CO : South Platte : ... : Chicken Head Ranch

Jun 16, 2013

Tree Trimmer

5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b (20)

Sport, 1 pitch

CO : Shelf Road : Spiney Ridge

Dec 5, 2010

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
The Wilds

The Wilds

WY : Sinks Canyon : ... : The Wilds (5.11d)

Jun 4, 2012

Sandman

Sandman

WY : Sinks Canyon : ... : Sandman (5.10b/c)

Jun 4, 2012

Vlado leading P1 of Naked Edge in 1971.

Vlado leading P1 of Naked Edge in 1971.

CO : Eldorado Canyon SP : ... : The Naked Edge (5.11a/b)

Nov 7, 2010

Rewritten

Rewritten

Julius Beres : Me

Oct 31, 2010

Approach to notch.  Since someone posted that they did a rap to get to the notch, I figured I would post the route we took.  All of it seemed to be 3rd-4th class aside from about 6 feet of down climbing that was maybe 5.3-5.4.  There is an old piton just before the down climb and it seemed to match the description I saw elsewhere....

Approach to notch. Since someone posted that they did a rap to get to the notch, I figured I would post the route we took. All of it seemed to be 3rd-4th class aside from about 6 feet of down climbi

CO : Alpine Rock : ... : Devil's Thumb

Aug 24, 2010

At the Gunks

At the Gunks

Julius Beres : Me

Apr 16, 2010

Bigger version

Bigger version

General Climbing : Dumb things other climbers ... : Post

Apr 14, 2010

Hot Stuff to the right and Leftover Stuff to the left.

Hot Stuff to the right and Leftover Stuff to the left.

CO : Golden : ... : Hot Stuff (5.10)

Mar 18, 2010

WMA

WMA

AR : Horseshoe Canyon Ranch : ... : WMA Crack (5.9+)

Nov 30, 2009

I'm not sure what all of the lines are. <br /> <br />Looking at a guidebook topo, the original "natural line" is about 10 feet right of B in a corner system and is 5.7. (Option 1 in description?) <br /> <br />I believe B to D is option 2, and is shown as 5.9 in the guidebook topo.  (D, the ass crack, felt significantly harder to me.) <br /> <br />Exit to C is shown as 5.6.  I assume to get to C one can go up A or further left (options 3 and 4?).

I'm not sure what all of the lines are. Looking at a guidebook topo, the original "natural line" is about 10 feet right of B in a corner system and is 5.7. (Option 1 in description?) I bel

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Magical Chrome Plated Semi-... (5.7)

Jun 19, 2009

Made in the Shade.  The bolts are very closely spaced, so it is good for a beginning leader.

Made in the Shade. The bolts are very closely spaced, so it is good for a beginning leader.

CO : Golden : ... : Made In The Shade (5.9-)

Nov 5, 2008

Picture shows the top of the flake and P3 belay along with the route continuing up the right-facing corner.  I combined P2 and P3 with a 60m rope and belayed from where the photo is taken (no worse than slab hanging belay) and from there made it to the ledge on top of P4.

Picture shows the top of the flake and P3 belay along with the route continuing up the right-facing corner. I combined P2 and P3 with a 60m rope and belayed from where the photo is taken (no worse th

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Kor's Flake (5.7)

Sep 17, 2008

The eye bolt at the end of P2.  It also has 2 bolts with chains and rap rings above it.

The eye bolt at the end of P2. It also has 2 bolts with chains and rap rings above it.

CO : Eldorado Canyon SP : ... : Rewritten (5.7)

Sep 5, 2008

Trail up to Batman Rock and Pinnacle.

Trail up to Batman Rock and Pinnacle.

CO : Lumpy Ridge : Batman Pinnacle

Aug 12, 2008

The route for Summer Breeze.  (some pictures show people taking the crack to the right of the pine tree, so maybe I am wrong about taking the left one)  Also, we  belayed where the guy is standing rather than by the pine tree.  This allowed for more rope on the next pitch to the top.

The route for Summer Breeze. (some pictures show people taking the crack to the right of the pine tree, so maybe I am wrong about taking the left one) Also, we belayed where the guy is standing rat

CO : Lumpy Ridge : ... : Summer Breeze (5.7)

Aug 12, 2008

The start of Luminosity.  It has an interesting start for a sport climb.  I basically climbed to the first bolt like a chimney.

The start of Luminosity. It has an interesting start for a sport climb. I basically climbed to the first bolt like a chimney.

CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : The Luminosity (5.9)

Aug 10, 2008

This is the V-notch exit from the belay.  It is easy (although I would call it more than 5.0) and saves the crack finish for Empor.

This is the V-notch exit from the belay. It is easy (although I would call it more than 5.0) and saves the crack finish for Empor.

CO : Boulder Canyon : ... : North Face Center (5.7)

Aug 6, 2008

Contributed Comments

 

Location: CO : Golden : North Table Mountain/Golden... : The Risk Area : Rope Trick (5.10d)
By: Julius Beres When: Oct 10, 2013

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Comments: First bolt is just out of reach of a good clipping stance, with a possible nasty fall onto a cactus... bring a stick clip if you are short!


Location: CO : Alpine Rock : RMNP - Rock : Hallett Peak : Northcutt-Carter (5.7)
By: Julius Beres When: Jul 21, 2012

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Comments: This thing is a choss pile. I will give it 1 star for the setting, but it is not only the worst route I've climbed on Hallet, but also the worst route I've done in RMNP. I don't understand how this ever made the 50 classics list (were the first 2 pitches that fell off incredible?!)

The route is dirty as hell and it doesn't seem like many people climb it... lichen everywhere. The holds are really brittle and tons of death blocks on the route. The gear is spaced, and though most of the climbi... more >>


Location: CO : Canon City : Shelf Road : Cactus Cliff : Great Expectations (5.10d)
By: Julius Beres When: Jan 17, 2012

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Comments: I assumed the corner/crack was the trad line Fishisms, so I tried only climbing the face. There is no way it is 5.10 or even 5.11 if you don't use the corner (I felt it was harder than the 11c I got on next). After flailing, I gave up and used the corner, in which case it felt more like 5.9. I just don't see how this goes at 10c unless you use some contrived sequence where the corner is "on" some times and not "on" other times....


Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : South : Jamcrack Spire : Southeast Chimney (5.5)
By: Julius Beres When: Nov 19, 2011

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Comments: This is a fun route that is totally different from most east face routes. Canyoneers will love this route.

A couple of notes:

The start is easily identified by the two fallen trees in the description. I would not describe it as "far left" however, since there is still plenty of rock off to the left. When approaching from the Maiden trail, keep going straight up to the rock (surprisingly good trail/water run off trail, so not much bushwhacking). When you get to the rock go left until the fi... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : Central : The Hand
By: Julius Beres When: Oct 19, 2011

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Comments: FYI, both the Hand and Finger east faces are indefinitely closed. From the OS page:
"Mallory and Harmon Caves closed year-round, effective September 21, 2010
Concerns about a national epidemic of white-nosed syndrome, which has led to massive die-offs among bats has led OSMP to close Mallory and Harmon Caves year-round to protect Townsend's Big-eared bats. White-nosed syndrome is a fungal disease that has decimated bat populations in the East. The U.S. Forest Service recently closed all caves o... more >>


Location: CO : Boulder : Flatirons : South : Flying Flatiron : East Face Complete (5.7)
By: Julius Beres When: Oct 14, 2011

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Comments: Even by Flatiron standards, I thought the first pitch was run out enough to warrant at least an R rating. I was practically done with the pitch before getting in any pro. The hardest move is right off the deck and then it gets easier, but it has more lichen than most, and hence it is a bit unnerving to be that high without gear. The rest of the climb was mellow, although the route description wasn't very helpful after P2.... I just went up belaying at trees until I hit the final pitch, which w... more >>


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