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Avg: 1.6 from 32 votes
FA: Bryan Burdo
Washington > Central-W Casca… > N Bend & Vicinity > Exit 38 > Exit 38: Mt Was… > Bob's > Peannacle Wall
A short steep juggy climb up the left side of the Peannacle.
3 bolts, fixed anchors
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View of Peanut Brittle from the bottom (start of the route).
Left of the nose is Peanut Brittle. You can use the face and the holds on the nose (arete).
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Be careful of loose rock on this one. Watch for X 's on loose stones, but not are marked. This route has been changed a lot from climbers pulling out loose rocks. It's really a 5.8 easy climb with one tricky mantle move and terribly placed chains
Jul 25, 2013
As of 9/8 the 1st and 3rd bolt were spinners and the anchors were a bit suspect. (rusty chains + washers as is common at Exit 38). All that aside, this climb is in a beautiful location and the exposure makes it worth doing...once.
Sep 21, 2013
FA: Bryan Burdo
Nov 3, 2014
I didn't find any loose holds when I climbed this on 05/30/2015, so I think they've mostly been removed. The route is short. The chain placement is a bit awkward. The climbing is fine. The location and view are the real bennies on this one.
Jun 1, 2015
As of July 2016, the 1st and 3rd bolts are still pretty sketch. Anchors and chains at the top are still solid, but like was said are a bit awkward for this route (they're placed better for Cowgirl on the otherside of the arete).
Aug 12, 2016