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Deb Thompson on the delightful Arachnophobia.
Did you know ticks and spiders are related? This previously top roped route follows the line of bolts that diagonals right along the obvious weakness on the right side of the Tick Rock Slab. It has great rock and is probably the best beginner lead in the area.
Begin 30 feet right of the rightmost of two large trees at the base of the Tick Rock Slab.
13 bolts plus anchors.
|Comments on Arachnophobia
|By Bernard Gillett|
Jun 25, 2010
This is an excellent route with awesome knobs and rock texture. It seemed significantly easier than, say, Organ Pipes (on the Twin Owls, 5.6). Maybe 5.3? 5.4? Perfect kid route, as long as they can get up the nasty gully approach, or a great first lead for adults (well protected).
|By Ken Duncan|
Aug 11, 2010
I think you are probably right on the rating.
|By Mark Purdy|
Aug 22, 2010
Nice job on the route. Tick Rock is a fun slab that I'd like to help document. Do you know what the route just right of this one is called / rated? (It shares the same anchor.) Also curious about the one left that follows a line of bolts up the black water streak.
|By Ben Boykin|
From: Cheyenne, WY
Sep 22, 2011
Great route! We actually finished on the 9 that starts to the right of Arachnophobia. By the time the 9 route nears the finish, it's about 5.6.
|By Eric Bratschun|
Jul 28, 2012
Nice route for a warm-up / new climbers. Well bolted.