Anger Management

This route is located in the Southern Region at Volunteer Wall

Helping Hands


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Nice to Know You 5.10b (Sport) ****

First Ascent: John Bronaugh, Ryan Adams in 2004
Length: 40ft
Bolts: 5 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Tiptoe up to the 1st bolt, pull through the bulge and launch into slab moves and crimps. High-quality technical moves above interspersed with "Thank You!" pockets keep the route interesting.
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Owner: RRGCC
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3.96 stars (56 votes)
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Submitted by: ahab
Date: Aug 14th, 2008

Comments

1
Pete said on May 2nd, 2005
needs some traffic to clean it up a bit, some holds are still breaking - but this is a great techy/slabby route with some great holds along the way. really a classic john bronaugh line.
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agrigabe said on May 5th, 2005
I agree w/ Pete that it's still dirty and needs cleaning, but the climb boasts some fun slab moves. It's a satisfying route.
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Gaar said on September 27th, 2005
A shitload better then the one to the left!!
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Gaar said on October 8th, 2005
I mean right
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merrick said on December 2nd, 2005
super good now, seemed completely cleaned up to me. this is a must do line.
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caribe said on July 11th, 2006
I loved this climb! I have been away awhile. This is a great confidence builder. There is a key hold to the upper right at the 5th(?) bolt.
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Captain Bad Beta said on July 6th, 2007
This route was OK. It was still pretty dirty when I climbed it. I pulled a few holds off which added some excitement.
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Paul3eb said on September 3rd, 2007
great route
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Jeff said on October 21st, 2007
Fun, thought provoking climbing. I think I went almost as many ft. side to side as ground to anchors.
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dbarless said on October 31st, 2007
Really amazing moves on this route, it all flows extremely well. There need to be more routes like this at the Red!!
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anticlmber said on November 26th, 2007
man-o-mighty this thing kicks ass!! one of the best tens around.
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jlu said on December 29th, 2007
loved this route, very well set with a beautiful pocket everywhere just when you need it
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Brentucky said on July 7th, 2008
sweet line... sustained and fun the whole way but with plenty good no hands stances and "thank god" pockets right after you step up
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dustonian said on May 25th, 2013
Great route with just enough holds
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Rooky said on September 7th, 2013
Dustonian is dead on. Never thought I'd love a mono pocket so much.
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Anonymous said on September 14th, 2016
Full rebolt courtesy of RRG FGI & Access Fund