Awesome place.Posted May 31, 2008 6:36 pm asmrzMonday after ThanksgivingDate Climbed: Nov 26, 2007Another late fall day on Tahquitz. Everywhere I expected to get to with our 60 got is about 40 feet or more shy of that spot. A member of RMRU said he may post the mission report. I don't recall what the other overhang is like.
At this point, if you want to stay on the LONG CLIMB, you need to get to a medium sized White Fir that is out of sight, up and to the wind came up fast, dumped some water on us to frighten us abit, then stopped, then the zipper in the bottom of the clouds was opened and we go soaked to Partner continued up, eventually past a bush and slightly left to a ledge. Condolences. https://www.mountainproject.com/v/the-error/105799982
Posted Mar 9, 2006 3:57 pm LOWERmeRoute Climbed: A bunch ! One pitch of the route has a steep corner with double jam cracks. It took all day. The news (see link below) has it as a hiker death.
Finally, after a couple of false starts (I went up 10 ft right, then up 50 ft left, and passed 2 sets of rap slings in 2 different areas ... my sincere condolences, to the family, and his loved ones... Watch QueueQueueWatch QueueQueue Remove allDisconnect Loading... As the ledge peters out head up the crack system it puts you into and pick your adventure to the top.
At the top of P5, where The Error and The Uneventful merges, we got nailed by a thunderstorm. Condolences, to all involved , both then and now. Includes history and geology of each location....https://books.google.com/books/about/Tahquitz_and_Suicide_Rocks.html?id=yrGSgbxn8WIC&utm_source=gb-gplus-shareTahquitz and Suicide RocksMy libraryHelpAdvanced Book SearchGet print bookNo eBook availableAmazon.comBarnes&Noble.comBooks-A-MillionIndieBoundFind in a libraryAll sellers»Get Textbooks on Google PlayRent and save from the world's largest We soon learned there had been a fatality on Sahara Terror.
If you want to experience a moderate, but strenuous, Yosemite style chimney, this pitch is for you.
Posted Jun 17, 2006 6:29 pm forjanAngel's Fright, Left Ski TrackDate Climbed: May 20, 2006Climbed with Juan Carlos Marvizon. Pulling the book out AGAIN (it's still wet as I type this), I decided we HAD to go, and we had to go up above the L-shaped pine tree. P6: climb nice looking dihedral "5.0" (more like 5.5/6) P7: run out 200 feet to the top Follow @mtnproject © 2016 Mountain Project Inc.
Includes history and geology of each location. The climbing is varied and fun. In previous seasons, also climbed The Wong/Long Climb, Dave's Deviation, Jam Crack, Piton Pooper, Upper Royal Arch, White Maidens Walkway, The Trough, Fingertrip, Coffin Nail, Jensen's Jaunt, Fingertrip Traverse.Posted May 22, My sincerest condolences.
It tops out at the very summit of the rock and is an excellent and popular climb. THE ERROR 5.6 Did this route and the adjacent route SAHARA TERROR in 1973 with Phil Warrender. Glad you made it out ok, and with a smile on my face, glad it wasn't me...Climb on! We climbed Traitor Horn in the morning and then we did Fingergrip in the afternoon.
As I got close to the roof, I was all-too-stoked to see a piton (meaning I'm on-route), and let's just say it was a VERY happy clip for me. pyro Big Wall climber Calabasas Jul 13, 2014 - 11:29am PT Sorry for the loss! THE SWALLOW 5.8+ (5.10a) Some moves just stick in your mind as being harder than advertised.
Cameron Robbins 3,361 views 8:12 Tahquitz North Buttress - Duration: 6:08. What geeks! I like to do the LONG CLIMB when I haven't climbed for a while, or when I'm introducing a new climber to Tahquitz, or whenever. While the climbing is a bit odd, the main difficulty is traversing right at the correct spot.
McKinleyAlaska, Mt. Condolences to family and friends. The first pitch of the WONG CLIMB is a more direct, natural, and interesting start to the climb. We knew something was up.
An abortive attempt to reach the pair had been halted to await the rescue team. Pretty stout old-school Tahquitz 5.6. The first members of the rescue team reached the base of the rock just as the sun was setting. skcreidc Social climber SD, CA Jul 13, 2014 - 01:17pm PT Awwwww....this sucks bad!
Add to Want to watch this again later? Up thru the roof, there's a nice ridge-horn to grab, and once you get your foot there, you're home free over the roof, then around the corner to a well-protected (from The climb is normally finished via a V-notch above a ledge that is just to the right of the top of the downward jutting block. We know that isn't true.