Knock the Bottom Out of It
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BETA PHOTO: route starts just below the hole
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Start just left of Bottoms Up below a patch of varnish. Climb slabby wall past 4 bolts. Easy up high. Crux is getting to the first bolt. The move is committing and awkward. I got a "good" RP in a seam by the large hole/pocket. Good climbing past the bolts.
Start just left of Bottoms Up. Descent is the same as the other routes on this wall
Bolts. Optional sz(0/1)RP to protect move getting to the first bolt.
By Kevin Dahlstrom
From: Fort Worth, TX
Oct 14, 2013
Good but not great route. The bolts are few but well placed so the climbing doesn't feel bold. Definitely bring a few small cams for the 5.easy top section or be prepared for a massive runout on friable rock.
From: Irvine, CA
Feb 2, 2016
Without an RP, I got in a good small BD stopper, though the rock wasn't. Blowing the committing crux likely means decking. It's equitable to a boulder problem with an uneven hard landing. Spot, belay, or both?