Type: Sport, 100 ft
FA: Glenn Ritter
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Shared By: chummer on May 18, 2008
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Description


A great pumpy roof climb with some fun movement.

Location

Start on route 1 or 2 climbs left of Rover b. Dog. At roof traverse sequential move right to crappy rest. Get psyched and pull crux through bulge and anchors.

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wyattj8
Tennessee
wyattj8   Tennessee
There is a much better rest after the traverse on a good rail with a right kneebar. If you can find this you can get it all back before the pumpy but fun finish. Mar 3, 2014
chummer
  5.12c
chummer  
  5.12c
After getting on this again for the first time in many, many years I've come to the conclusion that Body Count is the best of the tiered thuggy roof climbs here. Nice crux to start, classy traverse moves, amazing buckets and good rock. A classic. Nov 21, 2016
Charlie Cianciolo
Knoxville, TN
 
Charlie Cianciolo   Knoxville, TN
 
This climb doesn't see nearly as much traffic as the other tieranny roof routes, but wow is it good! Cool face climbing, surprisingly difficult traverse moves, and my favorite headwall of any of the tieranny roofs. Slightly less steep, but with awesome moves and a great mix of small edges and the occasional jug. Dec 7, 2017
Kyle Townsend 1
San Francisco, California
  5.12d
Kyle Townsend 1   San Francisco, California
  5.12d
This fantastic route is the definition of a sustained endurance climb. It is so, so pumpy. In my opinion, Body Count is just as difficult as Ronnie Raygun, perhaps more. One of my favorite routes on the wall. Jan 21, 2018