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T_Moon

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topo for jockey cap
« on: July 16, 2003, 07:41:33 PM »

Does anyone know where I could find a topo of Jockey Cap?  If there isn't one in print or on the web perhaps someone could post one???

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Re: topo for jockey cap
« Reply #1 on: July 16, 2003, 09:03:56 PM »

you used to be able to get one from IME that was a supplement to Handren's guidebook. I'll see if I can hunt something up.

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Re: topo for jockey cap
« Reply #2 on: July 17, 2003, 06:47:44 AM »

I know the routes for the steepest section on the right hand side if you are looking at the cliff. There are quite a few new routes that went in this spring. A bunch of new bolts on the cliff were placed this spring from various people ranging from Fryeburg Academy students, to a local logger, and Bob Parrott placed a bunch in the cave section. So the old topo is out of date to a degree. There are also new route on the left face as well and one one the right hand side. I don't know their names.


Anyhow, for the cave section:
From Left to Right looking at the face.

Makos Roof (5.12b)**(starts at natural thread with black ployster static cord, then trend left.
The Puffer Fish (5.13a/b?)*** natural thread then straight up through the roof.
Great White (5.12a/b)** 10 feet right of the thread. Start up a right trending flake to a bolt with red sling, quick link, then head striaght up.
The Sycamore (5.13b/c?)*lowest bolts on cliff. Beware of hitting ground from crux dyno.
Open Project (link the first three bolts sycamore into project on right,5.13+?)
Open Project (Start as for hammer trend left into roof feature with pinches)
Hammer Head*(5.12a) Purple sling on last bolt
Beluga (5.10)*Trends right on pockets, ledges.

I hope this helps
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