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To Love, Honor and Belay

5.9, Sport,  Avg: 2 from 87 votes
FA: unknown
New Hampshire > Rumney > Jimmy Cliff

Description

Climb up the ramp using the arete, crack and some stemming to get through the crux. The climb eases up after the third bolt, but beware the loose block high on the climb. See the route photo on the Drilling for Dollars page.

Location

This bolted line follows the dihedral to the right of Drilling for Dollars and to the left of Nuthatch. Scramble up the slab and belay form an anchor bolt, or belay from the bottom of the slab. There are quick links at the top to lower off.

Protection

Five bolts to a two bolt anchor.

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dave up high on the route...
[Hide Photo] dave up high on the route...
dave on the lower half of the route... beware its steeper and a little harder than it looks...
[Hide Photo] dave on the lower half of the route... beware its steeper and a little harder than it looks...

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Mark Roth
Boulder
 
[Hide Comment] This route influenced my wedding vows... Sep 17, 2010
Tyler Swanson
Bend, OR
 
[Hide Comment] While I wasn't particularly fond of this route on lead, some of my more creative partners who climbed the route on TR after me found it much more enjoyable by climbing the face to the left of the ramp on the first half of the route instead of following the bolted line. The second half of the pitch they climbed by following the standard route. This might knock the grade down a point or two, but hey, if they liked the climb more, might be worth it Jul 24, 2017