Type: Sport
FA: Mike Argueso & Tony Lusk, '93
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Shared By: Scott Tucker on Jul 16, 2006
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Pretty sweet climb, but they skimped on the steel. There are some runouts on not-so-easy terrain--it adds to the fun. Full variety pack: thin, sustained, burly, tricky, spicy. Good fun all around. Squeezing the Lemmon says "getting to bolt 6 takes some maneuvering". There are actually only five bolts on this route, and it's number five that is trickiest to get. First bolt is quite a ways up.


Bolted line between Jack the Slipper (leftmost bolt line) and Of Mice and Men (and associated line of shuts). Look for the high first bolt.


Occasional bolts, chains.


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missoula, mt
joshf   missoula, mt
The climbing between bolts 5 and 6 is pretty cool. Get ready to haul on a smaller than comfortable crystal a few feet above your last bolt. Very satisfying climb. Oct 26, 2007
Littleton, CO
  5.10b PG13
Hendrixson   Littleton, CO
  5.10b PG13
This route is likely PG-13 by modern standards. Good climbing. Oct 3, 2011
Casa do Cacete
  5.10c PG13
Christian   Casa do Cacete
  5.10c PG13
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lord_…'s_Bane Nov 19, 2013
John Hayes
Bend, OR
John Hayes   Bend, OR
IMHO, this climb is not PG13. It's 5.7 to the first bolt and then it's mostly 5.9 to a single thoughtful 5.10a exit move to get to the chains. Regardless, it's a fun climb and worth doing. May 26, 2018