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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

Subiendo El Arcoiris

5.13 8a 29 X- 30 E7 6c (1)

Sport, 10 pitches, 1000'

North America : Mexico : ... : Basaseachi Falls

Sep 8, 2010

Logical Progression

5.13 8a 29 X- 30 E7 6c (1)

Sport, 28 pitches, 2800'

North America : Mexico : ... : El Gigante

Sep 8, 2010

Trash Compactor

5.12- 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a (7)

Sport, 1 pitch, 30'

NM : Los Alamos & White Rock : ... : Trash Tower

Jul 24, 2008

The Reverend Mr. Black

5.12- 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a (7)

Sport, 1 pitch, 50'

NM : Los Alamos & White Rock : ... : Black Wall

Jul 24, 2008

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Peter Baumeister and Lucas Laeser on the second pitch of Subiendo El Arcoiris

Peter Baumeister and Lucas Laeser on the second pitch of Subiendo El Arcoiris

North America : Mexico : ... : Basaseachi

Sep 10, 2010

Peter Baumeister bolting Basa Gold, Basaseachic

Peter Baumeister bolting Basa Gold, Basaseachic

North America : Mexico : ... : Basaseachi

Sep 10, 2010

The mighty El Gigante

The mighty El Gigante

North America : Mexico : ... : Basaseachi

Sep 10, 2010

Rainbow on the top of the first pitch, Subiendo el Arcoiris

Rainbow on the top of the first pitch, Subiendo el Arcoiris

North America : Mexico : ... : Basaseachi

Sep 10, 2010

Subiendo el Arcoiris climbs the obvious arete to the left of the waterfall

Subiendo el Arcoiris climbs the obvious arete to the left of the waterfall

North America : Mexico : ... : Subiendo El Arcoiris (5.13)

Sep 8, 2010

Subiendo topo

Subiendo topo

North America : Mexico : ... : Subiendo El Arcoiris (5.13)

Sep 8, 2010

El Gigante from further up Candameņa Canyon.

El Gigante from further up Candameņa Canyon.

North America : Mexico : ... : Logical Progression (5.13)

Sep 8, 2010

El Gigante from the base camp in Candameņa Canyon.

El Gigante from the base camp in Candameņa Canyon.

North America : Mexico : ... : Logical Progression (5.13)

Sep 8, 2010

original topo

original topo

North America : Mexico : ... : Logical Progression (5.13)

Sep 8, 2010

Ultra low resolution photo of Carlo Torres on Mainliner, Jean's unrepeated 13+ in 2000.

Ultra low resolution photo of Carlo Torres on Mainliner, Jean's unrepeated 13+ in 2000.

NM : Jemez Valley Area : ... : Mainliner (5.13c)

Apr 21, 2008

Contributed Comments

 

Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Unaweep Canyon : Main Canyon: Unaweep Granit... : The Access Fund Trailhead : ... : Rubarama (5.11+)
By: Laeserguns When: Jun 12, 2013

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Comments: Pizem sent MB and I up here last week. Great route! A little tricky at the bottom, but after that it follows some amazing 5.10 with a little bit of everything. Definitely one of the finer routes in Unaweep.


Location: UT : Moab Area : Castle Valley : The Rectory : Ministry (5.11a)
By: Laeserguns When: Jun 12, 2013

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Comments: Did this fantastic route with MB last week. Plenty of shade so it was perfect for a 80 degree day. It was chilly with a windshirt. First pitch on the left starts out pretty tipsy for about 20ft. We thought it was solid 11+, then gets 10ish to Metolius rap hanger anchor straight up. We then down climbed back down the leaning pilar and did a face traverse left to regain the other crack for our second pitch. Rock and climbing were excellent on the next three pitches. No gimme pitches, full desert v... more >>


Location: NM : Jemez Valley Area : Las Conchas : The Sponge : The Sponge Problem (V8)
By: Laeserguns When: Apr 24, 2013

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Comments: I watched a young Timy Fairfield make the FA of this one fine summer day about 1991-ish. At the time, I'd never seen anyone climb anything that difficult. It's also an excellent boulder problem straight up, without making the traverse right, and much easier.


Location: NM : Jemez Valley Area : Las Conchas : Leaning Tower : Original Route (aka Mean Le... (5.13a)
By: Laeserguns When: Mar 26, 2013

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Comments: The Mean Leaner is the proudest, most sustained, bad ass, pure hard crack climb in the state of New Mexico.

In the early 90s Mike Lyons and I hiked back to the Leaning Tower (encouraged by Cam Burns) with the idea of aiding the route to the left of the Original Route only to discover it had been completely bolted (Chattanoogan Chris Chesnutt is rumored to have bolted this route while passing through the area. Unrelated, you may remember the mohawked guy featured on a Climbing Mag cover in the ... more >>


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Colorado National Monument : Kissing Couple area : Dirty Old Man Tower : Dirty Old Man (5.10)
By: Laeserguns When: Sep 10, 2010

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Comments: Jon and I climbed a route on the south face in 1994/1995 over a winter weekend. I remember that the route we climbed had some wide stuff, we aided several sections and found an anchor on the summit that looked very old when we got up there. So we were pretty bummed that we'd gone through all that work for nothing.... It appeared that the original route was on the north face.


Location: NM : Los Alamos & White Rock : The Dungeon : 45° Boulder : Muscle Hustle (5.13a)
By: Laeserguns When: Sep 10, 2010

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Comments: FA: Ed Strang


Location: International : North America : Mexico : Northern Mexico : Basaseachi
By: Laeserguns When: Sep 5, 2010

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Comments: Parque Nacional de Basaseachic (or Basaseachi), or Basa for short, Chihuahua, Mexico, is about the width and depth Colorado's Black Canyon of the Gunnison. This amazingly immense and expansive area hosts almost no climbing routes.

Basaseachic is located in northern Mexico in the state of Chihuahua, Mexico's largest state. The rugged park is situated in a region known as the Barrancas del Cobre, a large rugged and steep 30,000 square kilometer wilderness containing the more well known Copper Can... more >>


Location: NM : Los Alamos & White Rock : White Rock : The River Crag
By: Laeserguns When: Sep 2, 2010

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Comments: In 1991/1992 a group of us (Mike Lyons, Jason Cox, Phil Hoffer, Jon Butler, Carlo Torres and I) made several overnight trips down to the River Crag to explore and climb. Because we didn't have a power drill we only picked off a few of the obvious crack routes in the area, except for Carlo, who painfully hand drilled one sport route, that's probably 5.11-, in the center of the wall on perfect bullet hard polished rock. Jason Cox and I later returned with Cameron Burns for another couple routes. ... more >>


Location: NM : Los Alamos & White Rock : The Dungeon : Main Wall : Siege Warfare (5.12c/d)
By: Laeserguns When: Sep 2, 2010

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Comments: FA by Ed Strang


Location: NM : Los Alamos & White Rock : The Dungeon : Main Wall : Couch Warrior (5.12a)
By: Laeserguns When: Sep 2, 2010

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Comments: Probably the least good of the main, main wall routes. FA also included Ted Geving and Carlo Torres


Location: NM : Los Alamos & White Rock : The Dungeon : Main Wall : Rogue Warrior (5.12b)
By: Laeserguns When: Sep 2, 2010

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Comments: Fun route that required minimal cleaning, compared to the the bangfests, that we hammered on for hours... Also one of the few that Jean and I bolted and rp'd in a day.


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