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Body Language S 5.13a 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E6 6c
Crucifix S 5.13d 8b 31 X 32 E8 7a
Hole to Hump S 5.13b 8a 29 IX+ 30 E7 6c
Microwave S 5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a
Put Your Fingers In My Pockets S 5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b
Running Man S 5.12b 7b 26 VIII+ 26 E5 6b
Terminal Vector S 5.13b 8a 29 IX+ 30 E7 6c
Tugena S 5.12c 7b+ 27 IX- 27 E6 6b
Type: Sport
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Kyle Roseborrough on Jun 4, 2009
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Description

Climb the first 3 bolts of "Crucifix", then angle left to clip off of a flat jug. Power up to the anchors. The crux is pulling through difficult underclings at the beginning of the route. Classic, sustaining, and natural. A real beauty.

Location

The anchors are located in between Running Man (12b) and Crucifix (13d)

Protection

4 bolts

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Interesting....

Hole to Hump was the name given to the run by Alan Williams and Scott Baxter going from bottom of the Big Ditch to top of Peaks.

Jim Haisley went most of the way on this run but unlike his Hump to Hole triumph, the final "bit" was not his to be had.

Was Scott in on the first of this route ? Jun 9, 2009
Jason Henrie bolted the route and I had an early ascent. He didn't have a name yet. The following weekend Jason was going to attempt the famed Hole to Hump Challenge. (yes, bottom of GC to the top of SF Peaks.) I suggested the name and he agreed. Nov 25, 2009

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