That's What She Said

This route is located in the Southern Region at Chica Bonita Wall

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She Might Be A Liar 5.11b (Sport) ****

First Ascent: Dan Beck, Matt Tackett in 2007
Length: 75ft
Bolts: 8 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Stay on the same ledge as Thats What She Said starts on and this is the next route right. This route is a little more spicy and awkard than most the routes at this wall. Enjoy moves rarely used at the Red.
Moves: slab, technical
Descent: Anchors
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: RRGCC
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5.11b (19 votes)

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Submitted by: Rx2Climb
Date: Jun 11th, 2017

Comments

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Don McGlone said on July 16th, 2007
Really cool moves - I think one of the best on the wall.
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krampus said on September 30th, 2007
Definite my favorite at the wall. A must climb whose moves are smooth yet uncommon for a sport rout at the red.
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pigsteak said on November 23rd, 2007
excellent addition boys......excellent!
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Sco Bro said on February 16th, 2008
This route is wicked cool, not you’re regular RRG slab. P.S. the top bolt and anchors (easy part of the climb) can be wet while the rest of the route is dry. The best part is you can’t see them from the start.
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ahab said on June 16th, 2008
mentally & physically painful. great fun in masochistic sorta way.
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pawilkes said on September 22nd, 2008
i was scared out of my freaking mind on this route but i was proud of the send afterwards. some very interesting move, requires lots of confidence in tiny feet. really great route.
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anticlmber said on August 30th, 2010
wasps at second to last bolt in the flake and a tree is down between the last bolt and anchors.
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Wolf said on September 27th, 2010
Damn nature trying to take routes back.
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Anonymous said on March 20th, 2012
this route definitely deserves the excavation that it desperately needs. the 20 foot pine sapling slung to the anchors and backed-up with two crazy ass sticker bush vines (and apparently guarded by wasps?-not seen 3/17/12) clings to life. trying to shake it loose only covered the top of the route with mud and debris.
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Wirey1 said on May 1st, 2012
No wasps on 28 April, 2012 But protection at the top is iffy. The chains are pretty rotted and one of the bolts at the anchor has some rust flaking. If lowering on one point of protection is your thing, there are two rap links in the bolt below the anchors. Also, our group climbed this while mistakenly thinking we were on That's What She Said 5.10c so we kept waiting for it to get easier. Nice to see our consensus that the a grade should be added is accurate. :p
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said on May 1st, 2012
I hope you got on 'That's What She Said' as well, Wirey1. If not, you're missing out.
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Wolf said on June 20th, 2012
I went out and sawed off the tree blocking the anchors and cleaned a bunch of dirt off the route. There are no wasps on it now. Resumed traffic should help keep it clean. The anchor chains are really rusted, but also very thick and in no danger of failing. Still, I'll put them on my list of things to replace.
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Anonymous said on April 20th, 2014
Very nice route. Stay cool to send it! May be a bit easier for tall guys (6feet 2inch here). The anchor and the last bolt are pretty corroded as of today. Greets, Yogy from Germany
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Catawaba said on January 22nd, 2017
Some really rusty chains on top and some newer D links as well, kind of a cluster up top
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climbhigh said on January 23rd, 2017
Simple solution, replace them, they're 10 years old.
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Rx2Climb said on June 11th, 2017
Around the 5th bolt I found myself face to face with a cool fence lizard. He was just chillin up there eating ants off the slab. Awesome Route!