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A popular route that is super fun and a good example of the 5.11a grade in my opinion...
Start on thin holds climbing past a scar in the rock to better holds for an awkward move or two and then a rest looking up at a shallow corner with a crack in it... Jam or layback a few moves in the crack to more moderate but fun climbing to a mantel and the chains...
Between Fancy Pants 5.10c and Little Viper 5.10b...
6 bolts to anchors...
|Comments on Jungle Trundler
From: Fairfax, VA
Dec 1, 2009
Fun mantles and high steps make this a really enjoyable route. Definitely has two different starts. One could use the half moon with their right and use a left side pull, or skip the half moon and use a crimp out to the right. Start is close to the hardest part of the route actually.
|By Shawn Heath|
From: Forchheim, Germany
Aug 17, 2010
rating: 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ E3 5c
I thought the start was definitely the hardest part. After being bored with climbing all the easy stuff at Bruisebrothers, I managed to onsight this (my first 11a onsight). I couldn't have done it if the route eases up significantly and gives ridiculously good rests the whole way. Still a fun route, and a nice addition to the ticklist.
|By Sarah Crosier|
From: Oneonta, NY
Dec 25, 2010
This was also my first 5.11 and I onsighted it... which leads me to believe it is more like a 5.10 which other people say. I'm still happy about it though!