Tube Steaks Tomorrow
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Sam headed to Carnivore with a lot of spreaders.
Tube Steaks is found just to the right from the top of the approach trail. Locate a left leaning left facing thin hands corner capped by a huge big hands roof, this is T-Bones Tonight. The next route right is the left facing corner, Tube Steaks. The start is fingers to an off-hands slot for a couple feet. Pull up into a short tight hands section that felt cruxy to me, keep thugging up the nice hand crack, which opens up into a pod at 60 feet and romp to the top. Visible above this pitch is the vicious Carnivore steep off-width splitter. A three-star pitch at any wall in the Creek.
2 (.75 in), 2 (2 in), 6 (2.5-3 in), 1 (3.5)
Armando Leading Tube Steaks. Fun Climb
Tube Steaks of Tomorrow. Very fun. Not on the clas...
Zach headed for Carnivore
Last light on Tube Steaks Tomorrow
|Comments on Tube Steaks Tomorrow
Sep 4, 2006
This route was a sandbox when I was on it! A potentially decent route, ruined by sand, made this thing a scary hell. Not recommended if it hasnt been climbed in a while, hell, not really at all. Better routes on the wall for sure.
From: Albuquerque, NM
Jun 1, 2011
Good news. We just did this climb and it has cleaned up nicely. Well worth doing if you are in the area.
|By Toby B|
May 2, 2012
Seconded, not sandy at all.
From: Hell, MI
Apr 23, 2013
One of my favorite 10's at the creek. How often do you get to climb purple and green camalot cracks at this grade? Maybe my memory is faulty, but aren't there a couple of sections of .5 BD on this one?