|Nuts and Bolts
Nuts and Bolts
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Start at the center of the wall. Climb to the first bolt of No Nuts then angle left over the small roof. Continue up the face aiming for the slot in the roof above. Climb through the slot to your choice of bolts on the right or the left. This is a fun lead or can be top roped.
Start at center of wall
|Comments on Nuts and Bolts
May 13, 2010
rating: 5.8 5b 16 VI- HVS 4c PG13
Kind of sketchy pro at the bottom, better at the top. PG-13 I would say
From: Ogden, UT
Jul 2, 2013
Definitely PG13 at the bottom. The move before the roof does not protect at all. You're protected by the bolt already 3 feet below you even before you pull the roof. About 2-3 feet above the roof, you can finally protect. This is the only protection I could find until I traversed left over to the main crack (about 10-15ft left and up). So within a 40-50ft section, I had merely clipped a bolt, and placed 2 pieces of gear on pretty strenuous terrain! A tough but enjoyable climb though, if you're good at the grade.
|By Shawn S. Barker|
Jul 15, 2013
That crack up the left is incredibly easy to protect. Tons of good spots for placement. The bottom half can be protected with a medium sized cam or two if you wanted (recommended).