Ledger Line

This route is located in the Natural Bridge Region at Roadside Crag - LIMITED ACCESS

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C Sharp or B Flat 5.7 (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Tina Bronaugh, Jennifer Rannells in 1993
Length: 60ft
Bolts: 6 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This is the next bolted line just right of Ledger Line and the last line on the wall.
Moves: Slab
Descent: Chain Anchor
Stays Dry:
Owner: Graining Fork Nature Preserve
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Submitted by: Maxwell
Date: Apr 29th, 2008

Submitted by: ray
Date: Dec 18th, 2005

Comments

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Anonymous said on December 25th, 2002
This is a slab, not a jug route. Huge feet, but that usually means the hands are called crimpy.
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Anonymous said on June 21st, 2003
This was my first lead climb outside. It was great and hope to go back and do it again.
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philip171 said on March 30th, 2004
This was my first lead route, very good climb, only one spot that was fairly hard that was pretty spooky. Do carry long draws when cliping into the chains, or carry runners, the chains are a tad to high.
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pianomahnn said on June 9th, 2004
The chains are fine. You can sit down, no handed style, and do what you want up there.
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climberdude99 said on August 5th, 2004
first route in the red
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Anonymous said on October 18th, 2004
Anonymous Gumby if the route has huge feet why don't u just use those huge feet for the hand holds????
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ewaaser said on March 21st, 2005
First bolt is loose - 3/20/05.
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EverythignElse said on April 18th, 2005
first free climb even though i didn't know it at the time but came back and did agian later, fun route
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Feanor007 said on July 29th, 2005
my first route as well, over a year ago
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K-Dawg said on September 28th, 2005
come here early
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Captain Bad Beta said on October 3rd, 2005
A great place to learn lead.
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OwiebieX said on November 9th, 2005
first lead climb. fun, mellow. good view from top
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Anonymous said on April 7th, 2006
Hey, we were there yesterday and it looks like it's been chopped... nothing right of all cows eat grass. any info?
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RRO said on April 8th, 2006
the same person poured concrete in roadside attraction. such a waste.
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Papatrad said on May 4th, 2006
The first bolt is still there and still loose. I've led this several times. The middle of this thing always manages to get my blood pumping. If I fall on a 5.7 sport, that will be the spot!
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B.J. said on June 27th, 2006
The direct start is fun and adds to the difficulty.
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soccerfast007 said on August 23rd, 2006
great route, i imagine i will have fun leading it someday when i quit shilly shallying around on TR following the footsteps, hand holds, and beta from my ropegun roomies.
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dbarless said on May 21st, 2007
Good route for beginning leaders, there is an interesting section about 3 or 4 bolts up that will open your eyes...The first bolt is a spinner, but it's not a big deal...Overall a fun climb
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soccerfast007 said on June 11th, 2007
forced to lead it yesterday climbing with a less experienced climber (which is rare), fun lead, ledger line appears to be the same height yet it is listed as 20 ft longer...how so? good climb, stay cool get your lead head goin'
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tunedvwgti said on August 24th, 2007
This was my first lead climb...It was a lot of fun...Just like everyone else who is new, I got spooked in the middle, but climbed it well... I was amazed how much harder it is while [email protected]
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Anonymous said on March 29th, 2008
the first anchor spins around
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Jollygreen68 said on May 7th, 2008
Slab route, nothing too spectacular, a little harder than a 5.7. Middle was the hardest part. Not a fan of the route or the entire wall at this section of Roadside... all slabey routes, no feet, no fun. But that's just my two cents.
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Myke Dronez said on May 8th, 2008
WTF- First of all, I thought it has been made clear that there is no slab in the Red- and second, there are feet ALL over the routes on that wall, especially this one- maybe they're just a little smaller than a jib.
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JR said on May 8th, 2008
Gee Jolly green did you think it was overhanging when you put your shoes on? Only to find out "hey wait a darn minute. This little stinker is a slab. I don't even like slab" You walked right past overhanging routes to get to this one.
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pigsteak said on May 8th, 2008
it's a troll jr...a troll....gotta be..no one climbs at the slab wall except noobs.
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bcombs said on May 8th, 2008
Shhh... Cmon guys, if Jolly Green has his way my points count will double. Everything in the Red is stout for the grade!
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Anonymous said on May 11th, 2008
Pigsteak : Ruler of the someones, policeman of the internets, brave defender of whats RIGHT.
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keegan540 said on June 12th, 2008
good 5.7
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Anonymous said on February 17th, 2009
first bolt still spinning
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pigsteak said on February 17th, 2009
first bolt or first hanger? big difference.
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Barnacle Ben said on February 17th, 2009
First hanger. Bolt wasn't spinning.
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possum2082 said on February 25th, 2009
obviously, i meant hanger. sadly, bolt=bolt+hanger in street lingo. out
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ahab said on February 25th, 2009
street guy #1: "whatcha got holmes?" street guy #2: "whatchoo need boss? i got bolts, uncut supa chalk, spring jammers - anything you want cuzz!" seriously though, leave that hanger be. twas born to spin.
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Koebs said on March 31st, 2009
A classic for your first timer friends.