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Lower Bridge to Scottish Gullies
Routes Sorted
L to R R to L Alpha
Boat Ramp T 
Bridging the Gap T,S 
Chinese Water Torture 
Circling Vultures 
Cookie Monster S 
Culminator T 
Dizzy Curtain 
Dizzy with a Vision T 
Dr. Delam T 
Escape Clause T,TR 
Farrah Faucet T,S 
Fudgesicle T,TR 
Loch Ness Monster S 
Mighty Aphrodite S 
Mothra S 
Popsicle T 
R of Super Dave T 
Seamstress T,S 
Sisters of Mercy S 
Slushy  TR 
Stone Free T 
Sunscream T 
Super Dave T 
Sweet and Sour 
Tic Tac T 
Tooth Decay aka Rhythm Method T 
Winding T 
Unsorted Routes:



Type:  Mixed, 1 pitch, 50'
Consensus: M5 [details]
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Submitted By: Stuart Paul on Jan 22, 2009

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Start up the crack. Continue straight up or follow the crack to the right and up.


It is immediately below Chinese Water Torture.


4 bolts to bolted anchor.

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By Todd Felix
Jan 2, 2014
rating: M6 PG13

I've never found the fourth bolt. Perhaps it gets covered with ice or perhaps there are only 3 bolts. Either way, this makes the top out onto the ice a little heady (standing at the anchors may be ground-fall potential). And it feels more like M6 to me.

Also, you can start left or right. Starting left on positive holds leads to a cruxy traverse right; starting right is a bit less positive for the first few moves. Either way feels M6 to me.

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