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Another long fun maple canyon route.
in between min mediation and meet the buddha.
7 bolts to chains.
Talia on the start of zen master?
John Ross at the last, desperate bit before the ch...
Perin the Zen Master
Perin Zenning with John Ross belaying.
Picture taken from the chains on Zen Master 5.10d.
Anchor for Zen Master. Check out the sweet cheater...
Lewis firing up Zen Master 5.10d.
From: Sandy, UT
Jul 6, 2009
My favorite of the routes I've climed on this wall. Lots of variety in the holds and moves required. There is a fun mantle move 6 feet or so below the chains (optional, but still fun).
|By Galen Downing|
From: Woodland Hills
Sep 28, 2009
This was the most difficult route on the wall for me. Not much rest, crimpy, way good route.
|By Daryn Edmunds|
Sep 22, 2012
Great route! Super thin and continuous. .10d
|By Ryan Henderson|
From: Pleasant View, UT
Oct 30, 2012
This route was torture! Haha, it was my first 10.d onsight though. So definitely the apex of my skill. Very crimpy and very sustained. The crimps were tricky in late October/cold weather. Couldn't feel if they were good or not. Definitely had my faithful friend 'Elvis Leg' return on this route (haven't seen that little guy in a while). I actually enjoyed Mini Meditation more though. This route was crimpy and had no breaks. So pretty tortuous!