Had a great time on this route. Shaded except for the approach, summit, and late afternoon hike back to the car. Beautiful scenery, views, and wildlife. Neato is right!
Tallest technical climb to date, swapping leads with Brett and assisted by Josh. We did the class 4 top as a seventh pitch as it got dark on us... delivering awesome views of the desert night sky and Vegas' lights. The chockstone belay is so memorable!
Managed to get on this with few crowds... Bourbon Street might be a little better!
Great route with alot of variety and fun moves/positions.
excellent route. sustained with a little bit of a lot of different things. graded soft and not too burly, except maybe the 1st pitch.
I've climbed Frogland a couple of times. Once in 2008, and previously in 1999.
Climbed with Vendelkrakker sometime fall 2007. Would do again.
great climb, 2nd party on with no one behind. relaxing climb.
Climbed with Joan. Two other parties on the route. Nice temps for December.
First time we climbed it we bailed because of a slow party.. second time was great.. loved every pitch
Fun weekend in Vegas for Jascha's bday
Climbed in March 2006. This was my first time to lead a trad climb and I lead all 7 pitches. I remember the first 20m off the ground was the hardest.
Can't get enough RR sandstone.
Climbed it in spring 2000, 2001, and 2002. A great moderate climb with a mellow descent.
Part of 4 routes/4 days during RRR, 2008. My first climb with Per from Sweden. Good times....understand the name....the day before when doing Olive Oil with my wife, the frogs were going crazy in Pine Creek....imagine the name was associated more with an experience in that creek or when more water in Black Velvet. Epinephrine was my first route back in here, so Frogland was not so exciting. Goes nice for a first climb though, although soft for the rating as Radek suggests. A decent rap rope (2008) is set up off a tree for the last descent to the ground, but you can downclimb to the east as well. If wet, might be quicker to rap. I got that chockstone pitch and that was a blast. Pitch before that was also interesting. The rest not so much. If you are looking for a good first climb in Red Rocks, this or Olive Oil might be the ticket I think.
Very nice climb although they might as well rename it Cam-land. So many walked cams in the cracks, we hardly had to use our own!
Neato! a lot of variety on this route.
Cheers to fossana for awesome mega runout lead work on an exciting first red rocks climb (for me). Pitch 5: very nice.
Climbed w/ Deron. A bit of routefinding, slabs, shrubbery, runouts, liebacks, and grovelly tunneling added up to great climb.
Perfect, especially pitch 5.