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Hey There, Fancy Pants

This route is located in the Muir Valley at Bruisebrothers Wall

Little Viper

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Jungle Trundler 5.11a (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Jared Hancock, J.J. in 2004
Length: 60ft
Bolts: 6 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This route is located left of "Little Viper". Bouldery start soon eases to moderate climbing and a short layback fingercrack feature. Next top-out onto the large ledge and enjoy the view. May feel easier for the taller climber.
Moves: Bouldery or Technical
Descent: Ring anchors
Stays Dry: Downpour
Owner: Muir Valley

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3.79 stars (101 votes)
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5.11a (99 votes)

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chriss said on November 8th, 2004
Fun bouldery start!
Justin said on February 7th, 2005
Sco Bro said on February 28th, 2005
If you do the typical RRG thing and exclude the bouldery start the route still might go 11b. Thin side pull in a finger crack, high crappy foot and balance up. Very cool.
Yasmeen said on March 27th, 2005
This whole route was really fun-- and chriss is right, the start is great!
Smedley said on May 9th, 2005
Jared and J.J. need to go climb at the New for a week before rating any more climbs...Another good, but over-rated 10 b/c
J-Rock said on May 10th, 2005
Hey Smedley I've actually climbed more routes at New River than I have climbed at Red River. And... I climb harder grades at the new than I do at the Red.
Anonymous said on May 10th, 2005
In case you didn't know, this is not the New.
Anonymous said on May 16th, 2005
Great climbing and a good route for aspiring 11 leaders!
pigsteak said on September 6th, 2005
11a/b is a solid grade for this. smedley is a sandbagger. great line once again boys.
jlu said on October 17th, 2005
very fun technical route, great layback start!
B.J. said on June 27th, 2006
Start is definately 11a. The rest is probably a 10. Couple good no-hands rests along the way too. I love the layback start as well, but the crimpy start on the right side is fun as well.
SCIN said on October 16th, 2006
Cool moves. Not your typical RRG route.
Wes said on January 2nd, 2007
Fun route. If you are not solid at the grade, you should probably think about stick clipping the first bolt.
JRTrash said on May 2nd, 2008
Fun route, agree with wes about the stick clipping. Great beginner 5.11 climb as I found 2 no-hands rests, one of which you can even sit down on.
Buzz said on June 21st, 2008
Seemed to have good holds for 11a.
andrew.reed said on September 23rd, 2008
fun, first 11 send, if you consider it an 11
Dman said on December 28th, 2008
not bad for an 11
pkananen said on July 5th, 2009
In my opinion, the anchors should be lowered to where the last bolt is. The two blocks you use to top out on the ledge are both detached and hanging over the cliff.
tpowell said on May 12th, 2012
Once you figure out the start, it's smooth sailing. If you have bad ankles, like me, I would recommend stick clipping the first bolt.
rjackson said on November 26th, 2012
There's more to this route than just the start... I thought it was a solid 11a vert line.
dustonian said on January 30th, 2013
super fun moves on good rock!
said on January 18th, 2021
10d/11a sounds right. Really fun climb, especially when no one is around to bluetooth you to death.