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Hot List 2010 Topo Maps – Climbing No. 293

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From Climbing No. 292 (March 2011) comes the inaugural Hot List, our survey of 2010’s best new crags and climbs. The collection compiles more than 175 new routes from 5.4 to 5.14, from 50-foot leads to three-day alpine adventures. Here, enjoy these bonus topos.

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Beeline (III 5.10-, 7 pitches, trad), Incredible Hulk, High Sierra, California.
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Blindspot (5.11b, 7 pitches, trad/mixed), Sierra Eastside, California.
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Blindspot (5.11b, 7 pitches, trad/mixed), pitches 1 through 4.
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Daisy (5.13a/b, 3 pitches, trad/mixed), Echo Canyon, Sandias, New Mexico.
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Defective Sonar (5.12a, 8 pitches, trad), Laurel Knob, North Carolina.
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Diablo Traverse (VI 5.10 A2, alpine), Southeast Alaska. Topo by Colin Haley
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Ellation (5.10 C0 or 5.11, 8 pitches, trad), Mamie Peak, North Cascades, Washington.
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Fire Wall (5.8-5.11+, 1 pitch, sport), Comales Canyon, New Mexico.
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Free Picnic Lunch Wall (5.12c/d, 5 pitches, trad), Smith Rock, Oregon.
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Hearts and Arrows (V 5.12b, 9 pitches, trad), The Diamond, Colorado.
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Hearts and Arrows (V 5.12b, 9 pitches, trad). Topo by Chris Weidner
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Let it Burn (IV 5.12, 8 pitches, trad), Colchuck Balanced Rock, Washington.
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Milk Road (5.10d A0, 8 pitches, trad), Squamish, British Columbia.
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Squamish Butt Face (5.9, 6 pitches, trad), Squamish, British Columbia.
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Voodoo Child (5.11+, 4 pitches, trad/mixed), Castle Valley, Utah.
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