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Rock Climbing Photo: Edited topo of HBFG
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By derekpearson Pearson
Jul 25, 2016
This topo shows the break down of the pitches.

There used to be a tree on pitch two that was used to get to the ledge as a point of aid. It rotted and fell and was hung up on the ledges and has fallen the rest of the way to the ground. So, there is potential for 5.11ish moves to go straight up the face witch are really cool it will take only 2 or 3 bolts. there is another variation that may be easier to the right side of that ledge that will take gear maybe and a bolt.

On p4 or p5 (traverse pitch)depending how one does the link up at the beginning of the route (when complete) has two lead bolts that are stainless, I was able reuse the same holes. All bolts and hanger on this route are stainless 3" bolts actually.
By derekpearson Pearson
Jul 5, 2017
This topo is incorrect , the red 5.10 i penciled in is not 5.10 and i did not bolt it. The 5.11 with a few bolts is the best way to get to the big hell bent ledge. Climb the corner and bolted section as one pitch. This way is way better only 2 pitches to hell bent ledge instead od 3 pitches like i thought it would be.
By Jon Nelson
Administrator
From: Bellingham, WA
Jul 5, 2017
Maybe it is time to toss out the old Clint and make a new topo, focused on the Hell Bent area?
By derekpearson Pearson
Jul 6, 2017
Yes lets delete this one. A new topo is in the works .
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Edited topo of HBFG

Submitted By: derekpearson Pearson on Jul 25, 2016
On this route:
Hell Bent for Glory (5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b )
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