Big air and generally big holds up an overhanging arete and out a big roof. Very cool.
First route left of Triangulate and two corners right of Family Affair.
BETA PHOTO: Steps to the right out of the weakness Geir is in ...
Here's the way Moms Rock finishes.
Apr 8, 2011
This route is called "Moms Rock".
Thanks to Eric for doing the work, Geir for holding the rope, and
my mom for instilling in me my love of the outdoors and supporting my crazy climbing addiction throughout the years.
Now everyone get off the computer, go to the phone, call your mom and tell her you love her!
From: tucson, az
Nov 30, 2011
Great Climb! Spent some time cleaning with a wire brush and it all seems pretty clean and solid now. Just needs some more trafic to turn into an awesome climb. Mostly 10ish with a nice 11 crux passing the last bolt. Great exposure and super fun. Thanks for putting it up.
From: Tucson, Az
May 9, 2012
rating: 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- E4 6a
Airy and exciting finish.
Nov 23, 2012
| || |This is the route we followed at dusk and then some...
Submitted By: Tomily on Nov 23, 2012
If I followed the red line, did I climb Mom's Rock and Finish on Family Affair? Did I miss the last couple bolts of Mom's? We left a quickdraw at the top anchors, a gift for xmas. Red line was an awesome climb... Someone can remove this pic if it sucks, is idiotic, or is confusing.
Dec 1, 2012
Moms Rock ends at the hangers above the big roof. You did indeed finish on Family Affair.
When you get to the steep part on Moms Rock the bolt is out to the right which takes you through the steepest part of the roof system.
It is possible at that point to move well left and start clipping bolts on Family Affair there by avoiding the crux of Moms Rock.
Not sure why after you did the crux roof bit onto the ledge you didn't clip the anchors that are right there.
We climbed this yesterday and it has cleaned up very nicely. (Thanks Mik) The warning in the description is no longer a concern.
Dec 4, 2012
Tomily I have your quick draw. PM me if you want it back.
|By Ryan and Jesse Morse-Brady|
Oct 23, 2013
10-19-2013 High bee concentration at the last bolts becoming increasingly more active around you as you climbed higher. We bailed...
Large ugly black bees
|By Hubert Cumberdale|
Feb 27, 2014
27 Feb 2014. No sign of bees. We did see a little baby bat inside a crack, though!