Repeat After Me

Page Type Page Type: Route
Location Lat/Lon: 34.74470°N / 98.5317°W
Additional Information Route Type: Technical Rock Climb (Trad/Sport Combo)
Additional Information Time Required: Less than two hours
Additional Information Difficulty: 5.10c
Sign the Climber's Log


Drive up the mountain for 1.4 miles to the third pull out on the north side of the mountain. Park at the third pullout and walk down 20 yards (east) to the end of the guardrail where a trail will begin left through the rocks. Follow the climbers trail down to the top of the crag. At the top of the crag, you can either rap High Anxiety (two anchors, 80 ft) or you can go left (west) and scramble down and around to the bottom.

Route Description

This triple roof route is another classic on Lower Mt. Scott. Although it has four bolts, some take trad gear to supplement. However, trad gear is not needed because the bolts are set so you can clip just before making the hard moves (roofs), thus being well protected.

Start to the left and below the first bolt. If feeling a little exposed, place a medium cam before reaching the first bolt to avoid a nasty fall. Undercling the traverse under the first bolt. After the first roof, the route eases until reaching the second roof. Heel hook the second roof. At the third roof, follow the bolt straight up. Some go to the left which is easier. If you go straight up, you've done the actual 10c crux. If you go left at the last bolt, bump the rating down a peg or two. 80 ft.

Repeat After Me: Route #3 (Click photo to enlarge)

Essential Gear

One 60 meter rope. At least four quickdraws. A medium cam for below the first bolt, and a set of stoppers or micros if you want to sew it up between bolts. Short runners with the draws to avoid rope drag. If top-roping, you will need two 20-ft runners to anchor around a boulder. Helmet.

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