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"Where's Bob?" climbs the face and roof about 20' right of Boulder Slips. Fun, varied face climbing with a burly finish.
Climb the face past four bolts (9). Sidepulls, underclings, and a quartz dike keep the climbing interesting. Place a green Camalot in a crack and continue up to the roof. Place another green Camalot on the left side of the roof, then work up to a good hold and clip the fifth bolt above the roof. Crank the roof (10) and continue a short distance to the anchors.
On the right side of the crag about 20' right of the route Boulder Slips, by a big tree close to the rock.
Five bolts to a 2-bolt anchor. Two green #0.75 Camalots can be placed between the fourth and fifth bolts.
Greg working up the angling face.
Greg at the roof.
BETA PHOTO: "Where's Bob?" climbs the face and roof right of B...
Mike Borkowski smearing up the slab.
Mike Borkowski at the overhang.
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At the roof.
Glen on a lap.
|By Steve "Crusher" Bartlett|
Jul 12, 2007
Fun route; really fun moves (5.8/5.9) up the slab, and maybe 5.10a at the roof.
We placed an 1.5-inch (orange) Alien and a yellow 0.75-inch Alien.
|By Jay Eggleston|
Jun 7, 2013
rating: 5.10a/b 6a+ 19 VI+ E2 5b
I placed a #2 Friend and a 0.75 Camalot. I think you would be ok with just the Camalot at the roof. The bolt is not far above, and the moves from the bolt before the roof are not hard.