|Type:||Sport, 1 pitch, 90'|
|Consensus:||YDS: 5.13c French: 8a+ Ewbanks: 30 UIAA: X- ZA: 31 British: E7 7a [details]|
|FA:||FA - Alan Watts 1985, FFA Jean Baptiste Tribout 10/86|
|Submitted By:||---- on Mar 22, 2006|
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By Jay Knower
From: Campton, NH
May 12, 2006
I spent some time climbing on, and falling off of this route. The thin technical crux of the route comes at the first bolt (V5 or 6). After that, better holds traverse right to the second crux, passing the third bolt (V4) with some lunges.
On my first attempt at the route, I did all the moves on the lower section and said to my belayer: "Yeah, I'll just run up the final slab." I proceded to get completely destroyed. I found myself fifteen feet run out, staring at the next bolt with no way to clip it. Then it started raining. After a desperation lunge to a sloper, my feet peeled and I was off...I took a 25 footer and ended up at the first bolt. The moral: do not underestimate the slab.
By Philip Scoles
From: bum fuck, Oregon
Nov 14, 2006
|Ok, thanks much. I got the beta from Ian and I think I will be able to do it before this up-coming summer.|
By skinny legs and all
From: Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
Feb 28, 2013
|The first onsight of Rude Boys was by Francois Lombard in 1993.|
By tom donnelly
Aug 17, 2014
I watched Chris Knuth climbed it years ago, a couple days before he did To Bolt.
He wasn't expecting to get the rose move, but after he did, he decided to keep going to the top, despite having only about one more draw for the remaining bolts. He had one old biner used to carry a toothbrush, then skipped at least one bolt. Getting to the top, he put his leg through the fixed sling there, untied, and lowered down.