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Boat Ramp T 
Bridging the Gap T,S 
Chasing Tail TR 
Chinese Water Torture 
Circling Vultures 
Cookie Monster S 
Culminator T 
Dizzy Curtain 
Dizzy with a Vision T 
Dr. Delam T 
Escape Clause T,TR 
Farrah Faucet T,S 
Fudgesicle T,TR 
Loch Ness Monster S 
Mighty Aphrodite S 
Mothra S 
Popsicle T 
R of Super Dave T 
Seamstress T,S 
Sisters of Mercy S 
Slushy  TR 
Stone Free T 
Sunscream T 
Super Dave T 
Sweet and Sour 
Tic Tac T 
Tooth Decay aka Rhythm Method T 
Winding T 
Unsorted Routes:

Bridging the Gap 

WI4 M7-

Type:  Trad, Sport, Mixed, Ice, 1 pitch, 100'
Original: WI4 M7- [details]
FA: Jeff Lowe?
Season: mid winter
Page Views: 1,164
Submitted By: Buster Jesik on Jan 15, 2008

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Begin by going up Boat Ramp, then follow the bolts up an overhanging arete where the ramp goes left. The route follows 4 bolts and traverses over to a pillar or curtain, then up to the top. This was the 1998 woman's comp route.


Next to Boat Ramp.


Ice screws, QDs, and/or slings for the 4 bolts. A Park employee said that anchoring to the telephone pole and guard rail is kosher.

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Rock Climbing Photo: Mixy Mixy. Photo by Cody Olsen.
Mixy Mixy. Photo by Cody Olsen.
Rock Climbing Photo: Really fun!
Really fun!
Rock Climbing Photo: Outline of the pillar that peeled off whilst I was...
BETA PHOTO: Outline of the pillar that peeled off whilst I was...
Rock Climbing Photo: Mike figuring out BTG.
Mike figuring out BTG.
Rock Climbing Photo: BTG.
Rock Climbing Photo: Between crux moves on BTG.
Between crux moves on BTG.

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By Buster Jesik
Jan 15, 2008

Be careful if trying this route when the large pillar is in, especially if it is not well supported on bottom. I pulled on to it on top rope only to have it give way and cause a ruckus. If it landed on someone, they almost certainly would have been killed. On lead, I don't recommend placing any screws until your feet are over the bulge.
From: Golden
Jan 30, 2009

TRUE, watch out for the pillar, it broke a friend's leg.

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