Brolo El Cunado

This route is located in the Southern Region at Chica Bonita Wall

Rinse and Repeat


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Raindancer 5.10a (Sport) **

First Ascent: Jared Hancock, Matt Tackett, Mike Cole, Mark Ryan in 2006
Length: 30ft
Bolts: 3 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This short rainy day sport is located 20 feet right of Spice of Life. A fun and slightly bouldery start leads up to juggy pockets. Shares anchors with "Rinse and Repeat".
Moves: Bouldery or Technical
Descent: Shared chain anchor under roof
Stays Dry: Downpour
Owner: RRGCC
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Submitted by: dkjazz
Date: Mar 1st, 2010

Submitted by: SCIN
Date: Jan 28th, 2007

Submitted by: caribe
Date: Dec 12th, 2006

Comments

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RRO said on November 5th, 2006
fun start to decent poppie head like pocket pulling. will stay dry in all weather conditions i would imagine.
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RRO said on November 5th, 2006
fun start to decent poppie head like pocket pulling. will stay dry in all weather conditions .
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ReachHigh said on November 6th, 2006
The crux is going to the first bolt. After that its crusing on pockets.
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pigsteak said on April 30th, 2007
call me old, but that start is harder than 10a....
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dbarless said on August 7th, 2007
no pig you arent old, the start is harder than 10a, but after the first bolt it eases up tons to some pretty basic climbing...worth a go in any event....
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steep4me said on April 20th, 2009
It's ok. Kind of short. 5.10 start to a 5.7 route that lasts about 4-5 seconds, then it's all over!
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jenbongo said on August 10th, 2009
Hard .10 start, then easier, like 5.9 - you need more endurance than you'd think for a 30 foot route.
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whatahutch said on October 24th, 2009
Dicey start. Decent top.
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possum2082 said on November 29th, 2009
hard start, hard finish. don't be stupid (like me), go for the top sandy ledge, then clip the chains.
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kman154 said on November 30th, 2009
10 start and boulderery but the rest is more 9ish.
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Anonymous said on May 11th, 2014
I wonder if the original start was more direct on this? As it is now, everyone is traversing from waaaaay left of the first bolt. Chain at anchors could use 2 quick links to finish it up. I called down for quick links and got vetoed on taking the time to put them up as we had hungry kids. If you are in the neighborhood, do some community service...
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KhaoticKlimber said on October 9th, 2016
Very tricky start, especially for us shorter folk. Dynamic moves to reach the initial holds. Use a rock for an extra boost at the bottom if needed. No shame.
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Anonymous said on November 22nd, 2017
The direct start keeps with the 10a grade, however the popular, well chalked start to the left is significantly harder