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All 527 | Routes 3 | Areas 3 | Photos 11 | Page Improvements | Comments 26 | Posts 399 | Stars 65 | Ratings 20
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Contributed Routes

Name Rating Type Location Date

Janine's Arete

5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a (2)

Trad, 1 pitch, 75'

SD : Custer State Park : ... : Finial

Nov 26, 2006

Mark and Timís Excellent Adventure. (in the land of the leberlopers).

5.10b/c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b (9)

Trad, Sport, 3 pitches, 280'

SD : Custer State Park : ... : Loebers Leap

Nov 1, 2006

Flying Buttress Airlines

5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ 19 E2 5b X (2)

Trad, 1 pitch, 120'

SD : Custer State Park : ... : Flying Buttress

Nov 1, 2006

Contributed Areas

Name Location Date

Finial

SD : Custer State Park : Pinpoint Pinnacle

Nov 26, 2006

Loebers Leap

SD : Custer State Park : Pinpoint Pinnacle

Nov 1, 2006

Pinpoint Pinnacle

SD : Custer State Park

Nov 1, 2006

Contributed Photos

Photo Caption Location Date
Amy on the 3rd pitch.

Amy on the 3rd pitch.

AZ : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : ... : (C) The Imp of Nod (5.8)

Mar 26, 2014

Amy on the first pitch.

Amy on the first pitch.

AZ : Mount Lemmon (Santa Catalin... : ... : (C) The Imp of Nod (5.8)

Mar 26, 2014

Running the Verde tandem.

Running the Verde tandem.

Other Sports : Any River Running Climbers ... : Post

Aug 16, 2012

Falls on Brush Creek Kern Valley, CA.

Falls on Brush Creek Kern Valley, CA.

Other Sports : Any River Running Climbers ... : Post

Aug 16, 2012

When your local river only runs a couple of times ...

When your local river only runs a couple of times a year you have to run it.

Other Sports : Any River Running Climbers ... : Post

Aug 16, 2012

Two day Forks of the Kern trip Needles in the back...

Two day Forks of the Kern trip Needles in the background.

Other Sports : Any River Running Climbers ... : Post

Aug 16, 2012

Standing on the yellow jug. Early 90's

Standing on the yellow jug. Early 90's

SD : Custer State Park : ... : Cleveland Route (5.10+ X)

Nov 27, 2011

The North Mantle back in the early 90's

The North Mantle back in the early 90's

SD : Custer State Park : ... : North Mantle (V2-3)

Nov 27, 2011

Janine McCabe on the Summit Block

Janine McCabe on the Summit Block

SD : Custer State Park : ... : Mark and Timís Excellent Ad... (5.10b/c)

Nov 1, 2006

Michael Johnson, on site free solo just after the ...

Michael Johnson, on site free solo just after the retro bolts were added.

SD : Custer State Park : ... : All That Glitters is Gold (... (5.10)

Nov 1, 2006

I think this is me placing the second bolt.

I think this is me placing the second bolt.

SD : Custer State Park : ... : Flying Buttress Airlines (5.10a/b X)

Nov 1, 2006

Contributed Comments

 

Location: SD : Custer State Park : Cathedral Spires : Eyetooth : Eyetooth (5.8) : Photo
By: Tim McCabe When: Dec 7, 2013

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Comments: That's a Dennis Horning route, on the west edge, 5.9 I think he told me. Back in 89 I climbed the cracks directly below, rather then the original scramble pitch on the east side.


Location: SD : Custer State Park : Tenpins/Switchbacks : Not the Pawn (Other Pawns) : Just My Baby and Me (5.10+)
By: Tim McCabe When: Aug 13, 2013

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Comments: Pretty sure this one was done with a Bosch. I know it was early 90's while they were still legal in the Park.

It was considered 10c when it first went up but I could see it loosing enough crystals to be harder by now. Very sustained for a Needles route.


Location: SD : Custer State Park : Sylvan Lake : Outlets : Vertigo View : Sex Never did this to my ha... (5.9)
By: Tim McCabe When: Nov 16, 2012

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Comments: Its been a long time but I know I didn't tape up for this. I do remember there being holds inside the crack. Also there's really no feet so your on your arms more, very atypical for the area.


Location: CA : Joshua Tree National Park : Comic Book Area : Alice Rock : Alice in Wonderjam (5.9) : Photo
By: Tim McCabe When: Mar 22, 2012

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Comments: In a pack with the rest of her mountaineering gear.


Location: SD : Custer State Park : Cathedral Spires : Khayyam Spire : God's Own Drunk (5.8+)
By: Tim McCabe When: Jan 30, 2012

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Comments: Brent I totally agree on the PG13, witnessed a near meltdown on it once, not sure about the rating its been a long time. Maybe things have changed holds break who knows.

Not sure exactly what Tony is trying to describe. For the second pitch I always went straight up a thin crack right above the belay. Always thought that pitch was the crux at about 5.9


Location: SD : Custer State Park : Sylvan Lake : Outlets : Campground Boulder : Central Yellow Wall (V3 R)
By: Tim McCabe When: Nov 27, 2011

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Comments: I watched a guy from Boulder pull this off first try no pads and only one me spotter.

He did a bold move by putting his whole foot in the ear like pod. I finally sent it right after he did using the same technique. That was the first and only time I bouldered this one, top roped it a couple of time after. If you were to fall with your foot in the ear no doubt you would brake it as well as land on your head.


Location: SD : Custer State Park : Sylvan Lake : Outlets : Campground Boulder : 5.7ish (V0)
By: Tim McCabe When: Nov 27, 2011

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Comments: This is a great place to finish out the day with a good burn.

There are several one move wonders to the right of this one. As I recall there is one 5.8 and a couple of more in the 9 range. You have to use the same holds a couple of times just move a step right. The hold you used for your right hand becomes the left handhold for the next problem.

There were 5 problems that I would do in 10 laps for a total of 50. Do them as fast as possible to make it a semi aerobic workout.


Location: SD : Custer State Park : Sylvan Lake : Outlets : Campground Boulder : North Mantle (V2-3)
By: Tim McCabe When: Nov 27, 2011

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Comments: As I recall there is a bolt above this one. But working out the start with a top rope was awkward at best. Once you are above the mantle the rope helps to work out the finish.

Back in the early 90's I spent a lot of time at the Campground boulder. Lots of sore heels from this one, that was before pads. Once I had the mantle worked out I jumped off quite a few times before I broke down and put the rope on it. Once you figure it out thou it's a great problem to repeat.


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