Type: Trad, Sport, 110 ft
FA: John Crawley, Joel Unema 2013
Page Views: 911 total · 14/month
Shared By: Joel Unema on Sep 24, 2013
Admins: Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick, Greg Opland

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Description

"a piece of code intentionally inserted into a software system that will set off a malicious function when specified conditions are met"

A well-rounded climber may have what it takes to meet the conditions specified by this demanding route. Prepare to stem, palm, press, pull roofs, and bear down on this versatile and incredible route. When the conditions are met, detonate the logic bomb.

Location

The logic bomb was dropped between False Prophet and Broken Chain. Begin as broken chain, climbing moderate terrain to a stem-box capped by a roof. Where Broken Chain exits right of the roof, Logic Bomb pulls the left side of the roof to gain the beautiful corner above. The climb continues with stemming and pressing up the corner to the second roof, where it exits right, following the final bolts to reach the anchor.

Protection

Logic Bomb is protected by gear and 5 bolts. Gear should include a set of medium-large nuts, a single set of cams from 0 BD to #3 Camalot with doubles in tips sizes. The route ends at a two-bolt anchor.

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JJ Schlick
Flagstaff, AZ
JJ Schlick   Flagstaff, AZ  
It was rad to see both the FA and the 2nd ascent go down with such precision. History in the making.... Sep 26, 2013
Toast with Butter
Tempe, AZ
  5.12
Toast with Butter   Tempe, AZ
  5.12
An engaging route with cool features and great movement. Not to be missed. When I climbed it I didn't feel the need to place for about the first 30 feet . In the end I only needed a single rack to .5 and a #3. Also a medium /large nut and 6 draws Sep 30, 2013
Dillon Smith
  5.12b
Dillon Smith  
  5.12b
There is a loose block right before the third bolt that moves a little bit. I couldn’t find a way to climb around it, so beware. Also, a .75 after the fourth bolt is helpful. Nov 29, 2018