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Mr. Clean is just that, clean. This corner protects well with good movement for 50 feet and then comes a fun little roof. This was actually my first trad lead and I still can't get enough of it, absolutely one of my favorite routes in the Refuge.
This route is one the left side of Lower Scott. Basically, in between Tea cup Arete and Layway Plan. No fixed anchors.
Gear up to #2 Camalot, this thing will take a wide variety of pro
Darshan Gets ready to pull the roof on Mr. Clean. ...
Chuck leading Mr Clean. Not a bad warm-up on a ni...
Chuck pulling the roof on Mr Clean, WMWR, Lower Mt...
Rhyan leading Mr Clean
Rhyan pulling the roof on Mr Clean
Zack pulling roof on MR Clean
|By Andy Chasteen|
From: Oklahoma City, OK
Jan 28, 2008
THE best 5.8 on the refuge.
|By steven charles|
Mar 14, 2011
second only to crazy alice, for a rocker, and foolish for the best 5.8 on the refuge.
From: Denver, CO
Sep 26, 2011
rating: 5.8+ 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
I have to agree with Andy, it is the best 5.8 lead in the refuge.
|By Jason Slay|
From: Aurora, CO
Oct 31, 2011
This route definitely takes a #4 camalot in the mid section of the route. Turning the roof, I use a #3. Just a heads up.
|By Brent Butcher|
Mar 6, 2012
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c
THE best route in the refuge! A mega classic and a MUST climb.