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Type: Trad, 90 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 997 total · 10/month
Shared By: Mike on Jul 15, 2009
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Description

A (sparsely) bolted roped climbing route right on campus. Sustained 5.8 chimney passes one bolt at 25', an old hangerless bolt at 50', then nothing to the top. There used to be another bolt at about 75' but this has supposedly been removed & the hole filled. Since this route is somewhat secluded and ideal for night-time ascents, it has historically been climbed at night, and often after an evening on Mill Ave. Also this route is very R/X rated and should be taken seriously.

Of course I would never do this. Route entered for historical purposes only.

Location

Tucked back in a corner on east side of Bateman Physical Sciences Center.

Protection

All you get is 1 bolt & 1 hangerless bolt in 100'. Rap off piping on the roof.

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Mike
Phoenix
 
Mike   Phoenix
 
Hey Braxton I disagree, but in the spirit of Mp.com I altered the wording a bit. Hopefully you will find the current verbiage more palatable.

Cheers! Aug 29, 2009
Braxtron
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Braxtron   ...
Piece of advice: if you're trying to make it seem like you're only posting this information for "historical purposes," you need to avoid incriminating yourself with lines such as "This route is somewhat secluded and ideal for night-time ascents, just be stealthy."

Have a look at the Navajolands area. Jul 18, 2009

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