|Many Pines Buttress
Look for the punk rocker to the right of Micheals Project. Thin hard climbing, imagine that. Inspired solo by Barry Rugo in 1982?
t.r. or ropeless
|Comments on Asleep in a Fuk-nes Dream
|By JJ Schlick|
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Sep 27, 2006
This is a VERY bouldery eliminate next to Michaels P. Climb up bulge just left of Calli-P crack deadpointing sidepulls and large slopers. Once you are on the ledge, continue straight up using holds just left of those used on Calli-P Direct.
|By Jay Knower|
From: Plymouth, NH
Mar 2, 2007
This isn't a bad route really...Though it is definately sqeezed in, it doesn't feel like it when you're on it. Off route holds strangely don't present themselves at the crux section.
|By Terry Kieck|
Sep 18, 2008
Climbed this again last night after not being on it for a few years - Great route! Initially from the ground it does look contreived but once on it all the holds are there and I think moving into Michaels or Cali.. would make it less interesting. No chalk on the route at all when I got there. It was nice not just following the chalk marks and having to find the holds but it's too bad the route is not getting more traffic.
|By richard bechler|
Sep 5, 2009
Barry soloed No Trump not this route.No trump is a short but fun little problem left of asleep.Still a inspired performance by Barry,considering if you come of the moves you are going to be hammered into boulders at the base.It is great to see a all around climber like Barry do this then go climb Everest and attempt the North ridge of Latok.