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Location: International : South America : Chile : Valle Cochamó : Valle Trinidad : Pared Tetris
By: Mike Sullivan When: Jan 26, 2014

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Comments: Pared Tetris is on a south-facing corner of the east face of Cerro Laguna. The map on the wall of Refugio Cochamó shows a summit elevation of 1678m. Besides Blockhead, another notable route on Tetris is Humpty Dumpty. The route starts a bit left of the prominent cave. The heart of the climb is the first 6 pitches which work up in difficulty from 5.9 to 11a. At the top of pitch 6, climbers can rap off or continue on to the summit of Cerro Laguna via multiple pitches of easy/mode... more >>


Location: International : South America : Chile : Volcan Osorno
By: Mike Sullivan When: Dec 30, 2013

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Comments: Thanks for the write-up! Just to clarify, the nearby town that you use to gain access to V. Osorno is Ensenada, not Escondido. You can catch a bus twice daily to Ensenada from Puerto Montt or Puerto Varas.


Location: ID : City of Rocks : Parking Lot Rock : Parking Lot Rock - East : Stress Fracture (5.10b PG13)
By: Mike Sullivan When: Jul 9, 2013

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Comments: The low crux requires awkward and strenuous groveling, or else this would be a 4 star climb. The big roof is super fun, and rather exciting to exit.


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Unaweep Canyon : Main Canyon: Unaweep Granit... : Chalcopyrite Wall : Hand Jive (5.9+)
By: Mike Sullivan When: Jul 9, 2013

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Comments: A very fun route -- two 5.9+ cruxes and much sustained 5.9 jamming in between. I don't think a #4 BD is needed, but at 155', the route can swallow a lot of #-.75 to #3 BD cams. I broke it into two pitches when it became clear that I would run out of larger pieces with a standard rack (doubles of everything and one #3).

There's a 2-bolt belay anchor at the top of the route that is visible from the ground. There's another 2-bolt rap anchor hidden about 10' west. This is a ... more >>