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YDS: 5.9+ French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI ZA: 17 British: E1 5a

Type:  Trad, 40'
Original:  YDS: 5.9+ French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI ZA: 17 British: E1 5a [details]
FA: Jonathan Garlough & James Dickson
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Submitted By: chinos on Jul 29, 2012

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Chris Magness & James Dickson on Goldrush


Goldrush climbs the big left facing corner on the Atta-Scrap Wall. The climb looks like a mini version of crack in the woods. Climb the corner up to the roof. Traverse left out the roof and make a hard semi blind placement (#1 worked). Move up and clip a bolt that protects the exciting finish. A bolt anchor awaits on top.


Goldrush is located on the "Atta-Scrap Wall". This wall is located below the main cliff. Walk right along the base of the low angle slab below the main wall to a gully that runs up the right edge of the slab. This will bring you to the left side of the Atta-Scrap Wall.


Standard Rack, 1 bolt, bolt anchor

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Rock Climbing Photo: Chris Magness on the second ascent of Goldrush
Chris Magness on the second ascent of Goldrush

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By mattyo
From: Boston, Massachusetts
6 days ago

There are now 3 bolts on this pup: 1 at the base to protect the challening opening sequence, one over the bulge and one more above that, just below the chains. The 3rd is probably not needed but...
By chinos
5 days ago

just wondering who added the bolts to this route? it is common practice to ask the FA party before you alter a line. I originally put a bolt in the upper section where the rock was gritty, the rest took excellent gear. Please be respectful and don't add bolts to established lines wherever you see fit. I am not mad, i just thought it would be a good time to bring up some climbing ethics!

Like most altered routes in the north conway area the bolts will probably vanish!
By john strand
From: southern colo
5 days ago

Primarily a crack climb , right?

Chop'm hell with it.

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