Type: Sport
FA: Eddie Whittemore, 1996
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Shared By: FCJohn on Dec 4, 2006
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Description

Follow the arching corner and steep face to bolted anchors.

Location

Starts at the far right side of the White Wall (the first climbing area after passing the falls).

Protection

6 bolts and two bolt anchor.

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Ryan Johnson
chattanooga tn
Ryan Johnson   chattanooga tn
12a if u iron cross to the left after the arching crack.

11b if u climb the obvious line. then face a heinous/scary traverse to get to the chains. May 21, 2007
yevquest
Southeast,US
  5.12a
yevquest   Southeast,US
  5.12a
The white wall is not the first area you come to after passing the falls. There are 2 places with 2 short routes each before getting to the white wall.

Bottom Feeder is a contrived, forced line. The 12a is, as Ryan said, the IC move that's not even that hard. The obvious line up the crack can take you a long way right, way right of the bolt line. Best beta? Do another route! Feb 8, 2008
American Dankster
Chattanooga
American Dankster   Chattanooga
5.10 Jun 30, 2010
LeeWouters
Lakewood, CO
  5.10d
LeeWouters   Lakewood, CO
  5.10d
Am I missing something? I have done this route a coupe times. It seems to follow the obvious flake then moves about 3' left at the top of it (easy traverse on overhanging jugs) then straight up on huge jugs to chains. A 5.10d at the most IMO. Nov 29, 2015