Type: Sport, 17 ft
FA: Lee Terveen
Page Views: 300 total · 4/month
Shared By: BBQ on Jan 12, 2013
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Description

Terrible song. Great climb! If you were into death metal bands like Mortuary and Obituary, this song probably never made your playlist. But sadly, as metal in the 80's and 90's got softer and softer, and wannabe death metal bands, like Injury, became more popular than Slayer, this song became an anthem for many high school drop outs, who were fantasizing about those girls in the lower grades, that might have asked them for a ride to class in their Camero.

Why God? Why do you torture your people with famine, drought, pestilence, tsunamis and bands like Winger? Wasn't T-Rex enough?

Anyway, if you've been putting off this route because you've been shaking your spandex clad ass on some other Butt Rocks climb, then you have been missing out on some super-fun, difficult moves that will separate the has beens from the wannbes. Get on this climb and throw the horns! It will make you want to grow a mullet and stuff a sock in the crotch of your pants.

Location

Very left hand side of the Butt Rocks Wall. A hard climb to justify getting on during the winter season since it sees so much shade. But don't forget about it! Get on it around April when the shade starts to feel good again.

Protection

Earplugs and about a dozen draws. Open Anchors.

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