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BETA PHOTO: The right side of the Claim Jumper Wall.
This seldom done but quality line climbs difficult thin face past three bolts (crux) into the obvious finger/hand crack just left of Coyotes in the Henhouse. Three-quarters of the way up the pitch, the crack is a bit broken and another bolt will be found before the climb steepens at the top for the juggy finish.
The name comes from a local coffee house in Big Bear City - if not properly warmed up this climb may indeed be just as advertised.
4 bolts, gear to 2.5", bolted anchor (shared with Coyotes In The Henhouse)
|Comments on Brewed Awakening
|By Simon Hatfield|
From: Los Angeles, CA
Oct 23, 2011
Very fun and worthy route, thin and hard down low, reachy, crimpy 5.11. We brought a bouldering pad, which was more comfortable to fall on while working the crux than the rope. The anchors are off to the side, which makes this route a pain to clean.
From: San Diego, CA
Jun 17, 2012
Do it. The crux move is super well protected and the rest is in the 5.10 range. The crack protects great with mostly small cams but some medium as well.