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Dead Deer

This route is located in the Lower Gorge Region at Jazz Rock

My, What a Pretty Crack You Have


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Long Live Trad 5.10c (Trad) ****

First Ascent: Bill Strachan, Jerry Bargo in 1994
Length: 60ft
Gear: (report bad anchors)

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Walk left past Bambi passing a couple of dihedrals on the way. Walk around a corner then 100 feet past a narrow chimney to a thin fingercrack.
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Owner: NFS
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1
Gothmog said on May 27th, 2003
Had it clean on TR until I got hung up in a dead branch at the top out. Great route!
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tonybubb said on June 18th, 2003
I origionally wanted to name this line "and now for something completely different" as it has a little of everything. Sadly, I fell on the FA attempt and Jerry Bagged it first.
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Wicked Tribe said on October 12th, 2003
I took a nice 10 footer off the finish today. Had my hand in the summit dirt, clawing for the bush and peeled. Pulled a #3 and a #4 TCU out on the way down. Beware chossy, mossy rock at the finish. Otherwise the gear and the climbing are stellar. The first crux protects very well.
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Jerry Bargo said on January 17th, 2004
Actually Bill Strachan bagged the FFA, not me.
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hamsco said on June 1st, 2004
I have not gotten this clean yet...because the finish is SO WICKED!!!!!!
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hamsco said on June 1st, 2004
when I was cleaning gear on rappel after an attempt, sharp iron edges close to the top of the cliff sliced the rope to the core!!!
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Danny said on April 23rd, 2007
Great route. Solid. Someone needs to plant a solid-er tree up top for rapping.
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ynot said on January 5th, 2008
I dunno about solid. You just crank harder than mortals. I watched Wicked tribe whip and rip out gear on the way down. Worst trad fall I ever witnessed. Glad it wasn't me.