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Judon't Wanna Vogue 

YDS: 5.14c French: 8c+ Ewbanks: 34 UIAA: XI- ZA: 35 British: E9 7b

Type:  Sport, 1 pitch, 120'
Original:  YDS: 5.14c French: 8c+ Ewbanks: 34 UIAA: XI- ZA: 35 British: E9 7b [details]
FA: Joe Mills
New Route: Yes
Season: Fall-winter
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Submitted By: Tank Evans on Jan 24, 2015

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  • Description 

    This is a LINK UP!

    This is the longest and most difficult route at the Industrial Wall. Start on Judon't Wanna Go There, and climb into Vogue. This swaps 3 bolts of 12a to start Vogue for 8 bolts of 13+.

    It is a brain child of a few bored, strong climbers. Jump was the original start to Vogue, but the start was moved up the slab and left to ease the difficulty and make the line more direct before Vogue's FFA by Tommy Caldwell. Andy Raether revisited Jump as a start to Vogue but upped the ante and added a direct 13+ variation to Jump, one day hoping to link it into Vogue to climb the full extent of the Industrial Wall cave.

    If you're bored, have sent Vogue, and want a 120 foot, mega power-endurance fest, give it a go. It's the only route of its kind in Colorado outside of the Rifle area.



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    By George Squibb
    From: Boulder, CO
    Jan 25, 2015

    Nice job, Joe! Actually, I always intended to use the Jump start for Vogue, but Jump got bolted before I got to Vogue, so I just made Vogue a separate line. I did add the upper variation to ease the grade, but I couldn't get up that either and was left with no other choice but to give it to Tommy. Glad to see my initial 24 year old vision realized!

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