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Closing in on the anchors on Plum Pudding
This is an awesome layback climb up a right facing corner with finger sized gear. The climbing is fairly sustained, but a few small feet allow for rests and oportunities to place gear.
There is a fun corner to the right that you can TR from the anchors. That corner, PBR, checks in at around 5.10.
This is the obvious right facing corner on the right side of the cliff.
Rappel with 1 rope from 2 bolt anchor
Protection to 0.5 camalot, with extras in the blue and yellow tcu size. There is a good 2 bolt anchor at the top.
BETA PHOTO: The corner of Plum Pudding.
By Matt Schonwald
Oct 20, 2013
The Cummins topo lists it as 5.10A, which I would agree it is harder, more sustained than Godzilla.
The upper half is the business with a 20' section of yellow/orange TCU or .3 & .4 camolots with limited feet. The last 15' eases off to the anchors.
By Ben Kunz
Aug 27, 2014
Great climb! Thanks to those who have cleaned these routes! I can imagine without enough traffic (which I'm pretty sure they don't get), these climbs get pretty dirty.
By geoff georges
From: Seattle, Wa.
May 16, 2015
rating: 5.8+ 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
I don't think this is any harder then 5.9, and it would probably be 5.8 in Ca.