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Flappy S 5.10c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b
RCM (Redneck Cracker Motherf*ckers) S 5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b
Type: Sport, 70 ft
FA: Erik Anderson, Crystal Anderson, 11/2004
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Shared By: andy patterson on Jun 21, 2009
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Since the route begins in a narrow corridor, it is possible to stem the start, then move out on the face after the second bolt or so. The rest of the route clocks in at 5.10c.

HOWEVER,

the start certainly goes without stemming, and offers some very powerful crimping with very poor feet (5.11d/5.12a).

Location

Just left of Flappy.

Protection

10 bolts. Draws.

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susan peplow
Joshua Tree
  5.10b
susan peplow   Joshua Tree
  5.10b
I'm generally a fan of a chimney, this one is was a little intimidating. Perhaps due to cold-finger first route of the day but was thrilled I opted out of the lead, the start definately had my attention. The route is sustained, with holds just when you need them. Not really a pump fest but has your scrutiny the whole way. Good value and a fine line. Truley an area classic. Nov 14, 2016
Russ Walling
www.FishProducts.com
  5.10b
Russ Walling   www.FishProducts.com
  5.10b
Love those chimney starts! Starts to get pumper a bit at the top but noting to worry about. Last few moves seem steep. 3.366 stars. Nov 14, 2016
butters
Mammoth Lakes, Ca
  5.10b
butters   Mammoth Lakes, Ca
  5.10b
the section between the last 2 bolts certainly gets your attention. its not a bad idea to a bring a .75 or .5. i didnt place one and by the time i was at the last bolt my opinion about placing a piece between the bolts changed.. hah! May 19, 2015
BAd
  5.10b
BAd  
  5.10b
Just did this a couple of days ago. What a route! I took a stupid fall at the 3rd bolt and immediately saw my mistake and fired what we thought was the crux. The rest of it went smoothly. So I have to go back and do it in one go, no falls. I did enjoy having a couple of cams for the upper crack because I'm chicken, and it's STEEP up there! When I go back, I'll take just one purple Camelot for the section between the last two bolts. 10c? Dunno, but the lower crux was tough. I went at it thinking 10b as the guide book says. I'm stoked if the consensus is 10c. The workouts are finally paying off! Apr 17, 2014
andy patterson
Carpinteria, CA
 
andy patterson   Carpinteria, CA  
 
Thinking the stemming option verboten, I did the start with only the face-holds, and was promptly surprised by the difficulty—and quality—of the route. Be warned, however, that a fall during the first twenty feet of climbing could end with a decidedly brutal "pinball" fall down the corridor. The non-stemming start is cool, but not secure. Jun 21, 2009