Price is Right
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Chris getting started on the roof section of The P...
Crux is pulling roof.....long move on decent holds
Farthest bolted route to the right, in the hole.
5 or 6 bolts two open hangers
Thomas Skinner pulling the last moves on Price is ...
|Comments on Price is Right
|By s f|
Nov 30, 2009
From: Athens, GA
Oct 6, 2010
You are right. It is more like R. For sure...
|By Swamp Cookie|
From: da Bayou
Mar 6, 2011
This route is well protected. Hate to disagree with both of you.
|By Geissler Golding|
Aug 15, 2011
Yes, excellently bolted. This route is a classic. The first time I ever got on it I melted off the anchors and, well, the phrase "come on down!" resonated with me...
|By karl vochatzer|
From: Austin, TX
Nov 27, 2011
I had no issues with the way the route is developed. The only possible bad (non-air) fall I saw was missing #3 and swinging back into the vertical section below #2. It would be possible to swing your legs back into the rock falling onto #3 or #4, but really only if the belayer is keeping the rope taught while you ascend past the protection causing a wrecking ball effect. Unlike most climbers when going through a crux after the last piece, ask the belayer to keep a small bit of slack out so that it softens the fall and directs it downward instead of on a pendulum with the last draw. BTW, the route has only 4 bolts and 2 open shuts for anchors, not 5-6 bolts as stated.