Break the Scene

This route is located in the Southern Region at The Gallery

All That Quivers


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The Tribute 5.13a (Sport)

First Ascent: James Litz in 2009
Length: 0ft
Bolts: 0 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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The next bolted line right of Break the scene.
Hard start, medium finish, juggy middle. Needs a lot of cleaning still.
Descent: Chains
Stays Dry:
Owner: RRGCC
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1
Power2U said on April 11th, 2006
Is this closed still? Isn't Lee out of the state? Is that his nice rope hanging on it rotting in the elements?
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Anonymous said on November 26th, 2006
No more rope, and its open.
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SCIN said on November 26th, 2006
Says who?
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One-Fall said on December 10th, 2006
Sorry for the late notice, Ray. It's open, but I ask the community and whoever FA's the route to please let the name stay because it is in honor of Terry, John and Alex. Thanks for being a watch dog though!
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Thomas8696 said on January 6th, 2007
has anyone sent this project?
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SCIN said on January 7th, 2007
I've been on this thing. The bottom boulder problem felt impossible and sick hard. The rest of it was grungy but should clean up.
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Andrew said on March 29th, 2007
It needs some holds glued on to it:) Preferably some jugs in the crux.
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Anonymous said on November 8th, 2009
Route sent by James Litz, 12d or 13a.
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Cromper said on January 19th, 2012
Has anyone been on this since the tree has grown into the route? Is it still climbable without doing some gardening?
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Tony said on May 14th, 2012
Anyone else done this climb? Finally did it yesterday, hard but really good boulder problem down low, flows much better with a real long draw on the 3rd bolt.
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mikeet said on July 29th, 2012
I left some draws on it, and some ones cleaning? oval. The tree is in the way.