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Peanut Brittle

5.8-, Sport,  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

Description

A short steep juggy climb up the left side of the Peannacle.

Protection

3 bolts, fixed anchors

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View of Peanut Brittle from the bottom (start of the route).
[Hide Photo] 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).
[Hide Photo] Left of the nose is Peanut Brittle. You can use the face and the holds on the nose (arete).

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JHydeIV
5.8 R
[Hide Comment] 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
Dance Party
Seattle, Wa
  5.8-
[Hide Comment] 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
geoff georges
Seattle, Wa.
[Hide Comment] FA: Bryan Burdo Nov 3, 2014
davidbarton
  5.8
[Hide Comment] 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
Chris Merz
Bellevue, WA
  5.7
[Hide Comment] 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