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Is this route a "crowd-pleaser" in the sense that, while on it, you're basically invisible because of a nearby tree, or is this route a crowd-pleaser because if you fall, you go shredding through the very same tree? I dunno.
Though somewhat chossy, this line has fun moves and a bouldery crux on decent stone (save a crucial layaway/kneebar pinch that you clip from at the third to last bolt -- if this hold doesn't get some glue, it's not long for this world!).
Crowd Pleaser begins just left of Handy Boy
, then moves in to Handy Boy
, clipping the anchors and continuing up and slightly right onto the orange headwall to another set of gold-shut anchors at 50 feet. All the hard biz is above the first set of anchors on Handy Boy
10-12 draws. You'll need double draws on a couple of clips up high.
By Aleks Zebastian
From: Boulder, CO
Apr 24, 2015
I make bold, enjoyable pumping flash of this route. Movement feels good, although I do not like the difficult tree nearby. Forearms refreshed at crux.