Bullet Hole Rock 5.11
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BETA PHOTO: North face of Bullet Hole Rock. The 5.11 dyno pro...
Deadpoint, deadpoint, big throw, mantle. Under normal circumstances, manufactured routes are not worth mentioning, IMHO, but this problem is just too damn fun to be overlooked! Start on a small "cheater" stone and work your way up through natural features and two manufactured finger pockets. Footwork and balance are key.
To descend, walk left and downclimb the east face of the rock.
This is on the far right side of the north face of Bullet Hole Rock.
Crash pad or single bolt for TR.
The first deadpoint.
Isaac Hamilton loading the dyno.
|Comments on Bullet Hole Rock 5.11
|By Brad Edwards|
From: Grand Junction, CO
Dec 21, 2011
There's also an anchor up top if you're chicken like me to boulder it. It's probably more fun to boulder it, but top roping it was still a good time.