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Routes in Brewer's Park

All Brewed Up And No Where To Go V3-4 6A+
Blue-Green Olga V7 7A+
Brewer's Arete S 5.13- 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E7 6c
Brewer's Crack T 5.5 4b 13 IV+ 11 MS 4a
Brewer's Face Project TR 5.13- 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E7 6c
Bumblefuck V4 6B
Climbing in the Brewed V4 6B
Funky Bitch V3 6A
Girth Simulator, The V-easy 3
Hobo's Arete V4- 6B
Hobo's Face V3-4 6A+
Liquor Sick V3 6A
Norskeluce' V0- 4-
Pedals of Blood V5 6C
Pools and Fat Kids V3 6A
Slabby Joe V0 4
Social Security V6 7A
Trapanese V-easy 3
Unnamed V-easy 3
Yuder V-easy 3
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Type: TR, 35 ft
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Shared By: BIATHLON on Aug 17, 2009
Admins: Kris Gorny, Chris treggE

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This is an open project. It has two polar opposite cruxes one right at the start and one near the end. Start on crimps head height on the face. Make a big dyno to a ledge, match and then gaston up and to the left, bump up your feet and dyno to the left arete. Move up to a horizontal crack up and right then up to a crimpy flake. Here rest the best you can before the second crux. It involves using tiny crimps and slapping up the featureless smooth arete. This leads to a couple of better crimps on the face before the top.


On the face between Brewer's Arete and Brewer's Crack


TR for now, hopefully to be bolted soon. A pad over the boulder to the left to protect any falls in the first crux, without it you might have a really sore butt!


One of the small crimps towards the end of the second crux broke today. Still somewhat useable but significantly harder. Apr 25, 2018

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