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Baddaddy - 5.10d

Average Rating = 4.00/5 Average Rating : 4.00 out of 5
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stoppers and a double rack of cams, thin to 2 1/2"
Consensus Ratings
  Difficulty 5.10d
  Safety Rating G
  Exposure 4.00/5
  Rock Quality 4.00/5
  Scenery 4.00/5
  Fun Factor 4.00/5

Description:

Almost 400' of steep finger and hand cracks on the north arete of the third buttress up baddaddy canyon. Steep, exposed, and unrelenting. p1]Start at 3' cairn, thru roof to rightward traverse under an arch. Up past 3 bolts on a steep ramp to belay. 140' .10c p2]up fun finger and hand crack to big roof. undercling left, reach for a big spike at the lip. Belay at ledge. 100' .10b. p3] Up beautiful unfolding dihedral to the top of the buttress crest, thin crack, .10d. 3 100' raps[bolted belays] to dirt.

Submitted by: herm on 2003-08-26
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Route ID: 39702

3 Ascents Recorded

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Ratings
  Difficulty 5.10d
  Safety Rating G
  Exposure
  Rock Quality
  Scenery
  Fun Factor
Onsight Onsight ascent by: superbum on 2007-05-14 (View Climbing Log)

4 out of 5 stars good...but not the best!

Yea herm, it WAS good, but I can name some others that take the cake...Bony Fingers, Aplomb, anything on Cardinal Pinnacle...

Very sustained climbing, stout cruxes and good exposure. Also some crunchy flakey holds and TONS of shitty lichen.

Added: 2007-05-14

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Red Point Red Point ascent by: herm n\' milo on 2001-07-21 (View Climbing Log)

0 out of 5 stars Ascent Note

This is probably the best 3 pitch 5.10 on the Eastside; thin cracks, multiple roofs, following a sustained thin crack up the crest of an exposed arete. Other new routes in the area.

Added: 2001-07-21

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Red Point Red Point ascent by: herm on 2001-07-21 (View Climbing Log)

0 out of 5 stars Ascent Note

Probably the best three pitch 5.10 crack on the eastside. Kind of serious, each pitch took us a full day of effort, with cleaning and redpointing. Very sustained, cruxes on every pitch. A must do for local honemasters.

Witnessed by: Greg Corliss, Michael Bizon
Added: 2001-07-21