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BETA PHOTO: Just before the big rest and the steep arÍte
Fun plate climbing leads up to a very large ledge. Rest and get ready for the steep exciting finish. Pull around the arete and follow great holds to the top!
From the approach trail head left until you see an exposed arete high on the cliff on the right.
8 bolts to Chains
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Right before the rest that's so big you can set up...
|Comments on Breakfast Burrito
|By Keegan Dimmick|
From: Winchester, VA
Jul 7, 2008
Very exciting move coming around the arete.
Oct 21, 2009
Not sure why this one got downgraded to 10c on here, I have always heard it called a 10d. For me the crux was clipping the bolt after the rest. The hold is pretty good but it is still pumpy and the exposure is exciting! Blow the clip and your taking a big ride!
|By S. Neoh|
Oct 5, 2010
Classic mid 5.10 sport route. The big rest 2/3 the way up keeps the grade at mid 5.10. Climb this route regardless of grade.
|By John Wilder|
From: Las Vegas, NV
Oct 15, 2010
@ ziggy- probably because fire and brimstone is definitely harder and feels about .10d. I thought it was probably .10b, but that clip is tough and pretty damn exposed, so .10c js probably a fairer grade.
Either way, not for the beginning .10 leader!
|By Mike Holley|
From: Boone, NC
Dec 5, 2011
Thrilling Climb!! Good hands free rest 2/3 of the way up allows the last section to send pretty easily. Clipping the bolt coming out onto the arete can be done in a mild manner on good holds but is exposed nonetheless. Personally I found clipping the anchors to be the real scare!! Awesome climb all the way through!
|By Jon Kulikowski|
From: Johnson City, TN
Apr 1, 2013
A hold has broken on this and it is now .10d. Still an awesome climb though!