Skip to Content

Jesus Freaks - 5.10a

Average Rating = 0.00/5 Average Rating : 0.00 out of 5
Route sequence (left to right): 1
Route Summary | Ascent Notes (2)
Premier Sponsor:
Cams from 0.3 to 1 inch, two bolts, anchors at top
Consensus Ratings
  Difficulty (Not Rated)
  Safety Rating (Not Rated)
  Exposure (Not Rated)
  Rock Quality (Not Rated)
  Scenery (Not Rated)
  Fun Factor (Not Rated)


Nice 70 foot long route. Crack system about 20 feet left of Crown of Thorns. FA: Matt and Terry, May 1, 2005 Dedicated to Julie for her hours of belay while Matt tried to lead this ground up without bolts.

Submitted by: okieterry on 2005-06-16
Views: 378
Route ID: 67027

2 Ascents Recorded

GoRecord an ascent

Onsight Onsight ascent by: berkly on 2005-08-29 (View Climbing Log)

0 out of 5 stars Ascent Note

enjoyable route, alot of the same moves as the rest of the wall. Thin crimps on an off vertical wall. solid featured rock make this a good wall

Added: 2005-08-29

Onsight Onsight ascent by: leinosaur on 2005-08-27 (View Climbing Log)

0 out of 5 stars Ascent Note

very nice tradder w/bolts, not sure where the 10a moves were but not gonna down-grade it either . . . maybe my first .10 trad? cool route, cool wall. This was my first climb of the day, having left OKC at 5:0early am to beat the heat, and I had been on Crown of Thorns twice the previous saturday (and no other routes) - so I let Chris bag that onsight and started on this one. Felt good to just hop on a trad onsight even at .10a, as I'm trying to start pushing myself harder with less concern for grades and just get on stuff for the experience. these 10's turned out to be pretty easy, either because we've improved or they're soft or both, but we worked our way left across the wall as far as Spooky Windmill (.11a) which dished up some humble pie for me at the very first, then I got to where I could at least imagine pulling it off, then Chris hangdogged it 'til he worked out a realistic sequence and worked through the moves. I then had another shot and felt about to get it when the rain got too heavy and the sloper-bar was soaked. Still needed better footwork anyway. Amazingly, though, I'm tempted to lead it next time as the climbing up to the bolted crux is far less than .11, maybe more like .9. It's a cool wall for that. Pleasant climbing up to a bulgy crux band and then backs off toward the anchors.

Witnessed by: berkly
Added: 2005-08-27