Mt. Evans

Mt. Evans

Posted on 14. Jun, 2009 by in News


I had a great session at Mt. Evans on Saturday. A huge crew was there and the conditions were good. A group of Southerners including Jon Glassberg, Jimmy Webb, Nate Draughn and Brion Voges climbed several classics, but local boy Paul Robinson earned the employee of the day with his send of The Big Worm V14. I added a nice variation to Bierstadt which starts about 5 ft to the left on a right hand pinch and a left hand edge. I named it after one of my favorite artists, Banksy, in keeping with a theme Ben Scott started so many years ago. Here are some pics from the day.

Ground Control V11/12

Banksy V9 FA

I also tried a very nice project, which is in the V12 or V13 range, and scoped out an old project from the early days. When completed, this will be the best problem at Mt. Evans.


The best project in Colorado…?

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9 Responses to “Mt. Evans”

  1. Nate Draughn

    14. Jun, 2009

    Thing looks sick Jamie!!
    Good seein ya yesterday….

  2. David

    14. Jun, 2009

    Im coming out to colorado next month with some friends.Im looking to break through my plateau and send something of a new grade around v8/9. Me being a stencil artist, it sounds like the banksy problem would fit perfectly, but we may not be able to make it out to mt.evans and I was wondering if you know of any classic 8-9s in lower-upper chaos that would be good??

  3. B3

    14. Jun, 2009

    Deep Puddle Dynamics, Tommy’s Arete (Emerald Lake), Skipper D, Gang Bang Arete, R. El Jorge

  4. entropy

    14. Jun, 2009

    Wow, the project looks amazing! Any pictures of The Big Worm? I’m curious what it looks like.

  5. David

    14. Jun, 2009

    Thanks Jamie…I looked up Tommy’s and Deep Puddle Dynamics and the both look good it would be cool to send both.
    Thanks for the Advice

  6. michael rathke

    15. Jun, 2009

    The Stand to the Problem You are Calling Pterodactyl v8/9

  7. michael rathke

    15. Jun, 2009

    david, it sounds like u could climb harder than that if you just let yourself climb that hard. a whole new world will open up.

  8. sock hands

    15. Jun, 2009

    when i first was working bierstadt, i was irritated by the first big move, which for me was the crux at the time…. so i started with right hand on horizontal crimp next to normal jug and left hand on fat pinch with a left foot jacked up retarded style high. the first move was a semi windmill swat w/ left hand to sidepull. i call this problem: “better than jamie’s wildest dreams… in watercolor”

    bow to me.

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