Papa Love Jugs

This route is located in the Southern Region at The Far Side

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Second Nature 5.13a (Sport) ****

First Ascent: David Hume in 2003
Length: 50ft
Bolts: 6 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This classic line ascends the lightning bolt shaped feature just right of Papa Love Jugs. Make a big move to a good right hand jug then power past the obvious crux. Continue up the feature with zig-zagging sidepulls to an exciting finish.
Moves: Bouldery or Technical
Descent: Cold shuts
Stays Dry:
Owner: RRGCC
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Submitted by: ray
Date: Dec 19th, 2005

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allah said on September 1st, 2004
this route is 13a if you use the right beta, i think that everyone will agree with me that has done it
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Anonymous said on February 15th, 2005
whats the beta exactly if you don't mind?
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allah said on February 15th, 2005
PM ME AND ILL TELL U
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allah said on February 15th, 2005
PM ME AND ILL TELL U
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SCIN said on April 10th, 2005
Bad ass route. Cool finish.
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Anonymous said on May 29th, 2005
great picture of the route there
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Anonymous said on January 24th, 2006
13a might be pushing it a bit allah. i'd say its significantly harder than other bouldery 13's ive been on--the thing to the left, elephant man and the legend. so def. not 13c. 13b seems just about right on.
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allah said on February 7th, 2006
I dont know I thought this thing was quite easier than the legend and elephant man. the thing to the right i wouldnt know, i have been on it other than in the middle of the summer so it felt really hard then. But i do see how ifyou are shorter it would be a bit harder and feel like 13b. either way the boulder problem is alot of fun.
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Anonymous said on March 12th, 2006
hell ya man. i posted the above, and i am 'a little shorter' as in <5 7
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SCIN said on May 25th, 2008
SMACK! I love the sound of this sloper being SMACKED. Take the time to hike up the hill and do this line. Minimal endurance required. Get squatty and go with all you got.
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aburgoon said on April 3rd, 2011
9+/10- UIAA
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tbwilsonky said on November 11th, 2012
feature climbing is fairly rare in these woods. this route has some of it. couple of unique boulder problems with some so so pulling up top. highly recommended.