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Table of contents

1. The Totem Pole 6 routes in Crag

All Sport

Easily accessible and pleasantly situated in a quiet countryside location.

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Bald Eagles** 5.10c Sport
2 Trail of Tears** 5.11b Sport
3 Fire Water*** 5.10c Sport
4 A Man Called Ma 5.10c Sport
RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
5 Le Nirtac

The 1st 3 pitches are sport routes, the last pitch is trad with three bolts.

The entire route, especially before the 1st pitch crux section has a lot of loose rock. We knocked off a lot of rock. There will be still loose rocks left. The crux is at the beginning of a traverse with good rock quality. Reaching the 1st belay, you`ve the choose: left side: NEW MEN ARE COMMING or right side finishing LE NIRTAC. The last 2 pitches contain lots of sharp rock.

FA: Richard ,Jonas, 2012

FFA: 2012

{UIAA} FR:6a Sport 64m 4
6 New Men Are Coming FR:6b+ Sport 35m

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
6a Le Nirtac Sport 64m 4
5.10c A Man Called Ma Sport
Bald Eagles** Sport
Fire Water*** Sport
6b+ New Men Are Coming Sport 35m
5.11b Trail of Tears** Sport