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Dunka 

YDS: 5.10b French: 6a+ Ewbanks: 19 UIAA: VII- British: E2 5b

   
Type:  Sport, 50'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.10b French: 6a+ Ewbanks: 19 UIAA: VII- British: E2 5b [details]
FA: steve Kanoza
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Submitted By: Luke Bertelsen on Feb 27, 2005
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Description 

This is the first of two routes to the right and around the corner from Insane Pilot (5.7. It starts out on a slab and slowly transfers to vertical climbing through hard to spot holds. There are several fun moves off of underclings. The route is well bolted and worth climbing.


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7 bolts to chain anchors



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By Joseph Stover
From: Batesville, AR
Jan 19, 2006

There is a large block/flake, about body length and level, that is just around the corner when approaching this climb. I haven't climbed this route yet, so am not sure whether it is on route or not, but with a hard pull it will probably come off. Maybe of no danger except if someone happens to be way down below the climbing area. I didn't know If it should be pulled off or left. So I left it alone.

By 1Eric Rhicard
Apr 3, 2006

If the block is on a route and can be safely cleaned then clean it. If it is not on a route then leave it alone. Birds, bats and other critters might be using them.

By A.P.T.
From: Truckee,Ca
Apr 4, 2006

I have been unable to locate this "elusive rock". Climbing Partner's and I haven't found anything that resembles what "Joseph was talking about".I did have a big block near the bottom of this climb that was half buried in an area to help reduce erosion,but someone obviously pulled it and rolled it down the hillside as it was too big to pick up and throw!


PS. Just wanted to say if anyone notice's anything they
believe too be hazardous,please post it to this invaluable
site so I can check on it.This also include's stolen or
removed..... hardware!

Thanks,
Andy

By Joseph Stover
From: Batesville, AR
Apr 25, 2006

The rock I was refering too, I discovered this weekend, is not on route. And it would take a really hard pull to take it off. Thanks for looking though. I don't think it should be a problem.

By 1Eric Rhicard
Mar 7, 2013

Thought this route was a bit harder but less sustained than the route to the right.