Bobby D's Bunny
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Bobby D's Bunny (5.6) Jeff at the 3rd bolt (first ...
Looks ugly from the ground, but once past the opening moves and onto the face the climbing is quite nice.
This will be significantly harder and a scary lead for anyone under 5'6" or so due to reachy crux. Crux alternative moves are available, but much harder than 5.6 with ledge potential if you cannot clip the high bolt off the opening block. Bring a stick clip if you are short or devise a way to gain the extra few inches needed to reach the clip (I threw my tevas up to my partner, who then stood on them to make the clip, rather than back off or risk a ledge fall. Creative, no ?)
Clip the bolt on the block (or not) and climb to the top of the block. Unclip the first bolt (or not, if you didn't - make sense ?) and clip the second bolt (if you can). Climb the tricky face of a second block (crux, harder if shorter than 5'6" or so), then up to the main cliff face and wonderful moves on great rock. If not for the weird start, this climb would be three stars.
Begin on the obvious large block just right of Five-Five My Ass and about 20 feet right of the right side of the cliff.
9 bolts + bolted anchors.
From: Winston-Salem, NC
Aug 17, 2015
Why does the description say to unclip the first bolt? Rope drag? Everyone at the crag left it clipped, me included, and finished the route fine. The weird start with the tunnel makes it kind of fun and unique in my opinion. Great climb.
By Dalton Lightkeeper
May 26, 2016
fun moves with a great slabby high-step at the tree, lots of rest if you want it.