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Trundlebunny, The T,TR 

The Trundlebunny 

M6-7 R

   
Type:  Trad, TR, Mixed, 1 pitch, 150'
Original: M6-7 R [details]
FA: Eric Klammer(?) 2015
New Route: Yes
Page Views: 221
Submitted By: Eric Klammer on Nov 30, 2015

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Description 

Trundlebunny ascends the long and most obvious corner just left of center on the Scruffy Crag.

The pitch begins in a low angle corner with thin hooking and slabby feet. The climb then steepens with the holds generally becoming better until the short crux is reached getting over the second bulge. At this point, you will have tenuous hooks and little to no good feet. Pull through to a good rest, and continue to the top via great jams, hooks, and torques in the widening corner crack. Where the corner rolls over once again to a lower angle, exit left up a short wall to a good tree anchor. Walk off.

Climb delicately, and stay aware. I trundled 500-700 pounds of rock rapping down and still managed to pop a few holds climbing back up.

Location 

This ascends the longest, cleanest, most obvious dihedral lying just left of center on Scruffy Crag. (Those adjectives are very subjective as there is nothing "clean" in the area.)

Protection 

This could be led with generally good gear... except at the crux. Unless you're a mixed master and have a good selection of small gear and pins, a TR is the way to go.


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By Cor
Dec 11, 2015

I copyrighted that name.
It only belongs on Mt. Otis, RMNP!
Please see my attorney... ;)
By Thegillest
From: Boulder, Colorado
Jan 26, 2016

Saw you on this when I was coming down the canyon one afternoon.... Way to go! I'd love to see more mixed routes go up in the canyon. Hmu if you have any other lines in mind....

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