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Routes in Breadloaf & Immediate Vicinity

Bisquack V0 4
Bread Box V1 5
Bread Slab V-easy 3
Breadloaf Arete V4 6B
Breadloaf Arete Traverse V4 6B
Breadloaf Face Project V10 7C+
Cobra V5 6C
Doughboy V6 7A
Keg Stand V2 5+
Knead It V3 6A
Party Right V4+ 6B+
Pop 'N Fresh V3 6A
Quickie V5 6C
Slap Me V7 7A+
Ungreased V0+ 4+
Vulture V7 7A+
Yeast V4 6B
Type: Boulder, 12 ft
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Shared By: Seth Derr on Dec 30, 2011
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp

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A classic to end all classics! High and spicey, Breadloaf arete is a must-do problem at Governor Stable. Start low on the arete of the giant boulder that looks like a breadloaf i guess, and make delicate moves toward an exciting finish. Not to be missed!


Past the warm up area, take the first trail to your right and follow it to the top of the hill.


A few pads. The landing's okay but the top-out is high


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skinny legs and all
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
skinny legs and all   Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
I think this is the best of the old school B1's at the Stable. The top is heady every time I am up there. The bottom crimp crux is plain strenuous without perfect control and tension. A good edge on the shoes seemed to help. Feb 3, 2013
David Cooper
Annapolis, MD
David Cooper   Annapolis, MD
No harder after the chip break. A little headier maybe. Just makes you use the already good feet more precisely. May 30, 2012
Seth Derr
harrisburg, pa
Seth Derr   harrisburg, pa
A key crimp broke near the top of this thing in Mid-January. No definitive word on whether or not it made it harder, but it almost certainly made this already scary problem even scarier. Jan 28, 2012