Type: Trad, 50 ft (15 m)
FA: Dave Rogers, LP
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Shared By: Leo Paik on Mar 11, 2015
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Access Issue: Rim Rock Trail Closure Details


The is sort of an adventure route for N. Table. The climbing is interesting, the rock isn't perfect, but it is fun...so long as you don't think this is sport climbing. The name is inspired by the crazy trend affecting even kids that has folks forwarding silly emails or risk "bad ju-ju".

Start on a prow on jugs, clip a low bolt, and move up and slightly right on good holds to a 2nd bolt. The bulging block up and left may eventually fall out, but it didn't budge...yet. Move up past the block on jugs to a crack. #3 Camalot and blue and/or green Aliens fit the crack. From the top of the pillar, clip a bolt, make a crux move with a careful belay, and top out.

Note, the drill seemed to go in a bit quickly, making one contemplate the rock quality below the surface.

Thanks to George for loaning us his drill.


This is right of Emilia's Corner and left of Isle of Mouse, which are both right of the lighter colored East Quarry quarried rock.


A #3 Camalot, blue and/or green Alien, 3 bolts, and a 2 bolt anchor with chains.