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Viagra Crack 

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Type:  Trad, Aid, 1 pitch, 50'
Consensus: A0 [details]
FA: Flaccid old men
Season: Fall/Winter/Spring
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Submitted By: Orphaned on Mar 22, 2009
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Description 

This looks like it might be a good trad route. Closer inspection reveals lots of extra bolts. If you are a limp old man, looking to get up, this is the route for you.


Location 

It's obvious. This is a crack line that looks easier than it is with a bolt in the middle. The bolts at the bottom and top were added as a remedy for old men with ED (EverygoddamnedpieceofrockIseeismine Dysfunction).


Protection 

Floppy quickdraws and a flacid nut or two.

Per Kirk Miller: the bolts at the top and the bottom were placed before Viagra Crack was cleaned or climbed. All but one were removed when this route was climbed, then they were replaced since they were part of its neighbor, Pretzel Logic.



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By morkel
From: Fort Collins, CO
May 9, 2009

Sounds pretty nice, mostly trad, I live 70 miles away. You got um photo?

By mlloyd
From: denver
Oct 3, 2012

I led this route about a week ago. It's a very nice, heady, trad climb with a bolt or two (just when you need them). It sits in the 5.12c range. I found it quite challenging. I recommend this route if you like Eldo. The gear is tricky, and the climbing is thoughtful yet powerful.