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Welcome to Frustration S 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c
Type: Sport, 65 ft
FA: Ken Noyce (11/23/2012)
Page Views: 1,482 total, 24/month
Shared By: Ken Noyce on Nov 23, 2012
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

This is a fun route that starts off with some easy 5.8 climbing through the first 4 bolts, the crux is then encountered as you make some balancy moves between the fifth and sixth bolts. After the sixth bolt, the climbing eases up until one final V1 boulder problem between the last bolt and the anchors.

Location

Just right of Rabble Rouser.

Protection

8 bolts to 2 bolt anchor with mussy hooks
Ken Noyce
Layton, UT
 
Ken Noyce   Layton, UT
 
Just as an FYI, the rock quality was not the same a foot to the right. I tapped on the rock all over that area hoping to place the bolt about a foot to the right as you suggested, but all the rock in that area sounded hollow which means that it is fractured. The rock where I placed the bolt was the only rock in that area that sounded solid. May 9, 2017
Dustin Stephens
  5.11b
Dustin Stephens  
  5.11b
"Intended"? Not sure what that means with regard to a piece of naturally occuring rock. The bolt would have been much better placed a foot to the right, and the rock quality is the same there. In any case, the route made for a very enjoyable toprope as-is, but I doubt I would lead it again. May 8, 2017
Ken Noyce
Layton, UT
 
Ken Noyce   Layton, UT
 
The crux bolt was placed where it was due to the fact that it was the only solid patch of rock in the vicinity. Not sure how it could flip you over though as I've taken the clean fall from the crux quite a few times, maybe you're doing the crux differently than it was intended to be climbed? May 8, 2017
Dustin Stephens
  5.11b
Dustin Stephens  
  5.11b
Good climbing. Crux (5th) bolt is poorly positioned and could easily lead to being flipped in a fall, detracts quite a bit from an otherwise very good line. May 6, 2017
Jan Tarculas
Riverside, Ca
  5.11b
Jan Tarculas   Riverside, Ca
  5.11b
just did the route today, bolts and hangers all look good. Mussy hooks for anchors Sep 29, 2015
Good work. Route looks awesome. Cant wait to hop on the rig Nov 25, 2012