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Chris on High Chaparral

Average Rating = 3.60/5 Chris on High Chaparral

High Chaparral can be a bit of a bushwhack to get to, but it's well worth the effort. It's a thin, extra-crimpy face climb on a beautiful boulder across the wash from the main area. The boulder can be seen from several points along the main trail: it sits by itself in the chaparral, and its prominent orange face is split by an obvious horizontal crack. The problem shown here is V5; Sherman added a V7 variation, and there are some other problems as well.
Submitted by: xrayjones on 2002-09-09
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Todd Battey on Teflon Arete

Average Rating = 3.25/5 Todd Battey on Teflon Arete

Todd Battey boulders up the Teflon Arete, a short bolted route in the Teflon President area. There are two starts to the route, one on either side of the arete.
Submitted by: xrayjones on 2002-09-08
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Chris on Barndoor Arete

Average Rating = 3.67/5 Chris on Barndoor Arete

Barndoor Arete is everything its name implies, and is one of the best 5.11 problems at Horse Flats. It's at the uphill end of the main area, just past Glitter Gulch (aka Zack's Roof).
Submitted by: xrayjones on 2002-09-08
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Titanium Man Traverse

Average Rating = 3.73/5 Titanium Man Traverse

Chris Leger on "Titanium Man Traverse" (V5?), a new problem at Horse Flats just past the Pie Slice and across the trail. The problem starts as a lip traverse, drops down onto crimpers with a wild foot swing, goes through a campus move, and finishes out on slopers. Photo by Craig (sorry Craig, don't know your last name!)
Submitted by: xrayjones on 2002-07-10
Views: 1564 | Votes: 11 | Comment: 1