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Brambly Downslide

This route is located in the Southern Region at Solar Collector and Gold Coast


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Spring Jammers and Widget Blocks 5.10d (Trad) ***

First Ascent: Dan Beck, Matt Kiroff, JATD Crew in 2007
Length: 75ft
Gear: (report bad anchors)

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Walk right of BD 10 feet. This climb starts with a bouldery start a few feet right of a wide smooth swath of rock. Enjoy technical gear and moves.
Moves: Technical Slab
Descent: Anchors
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: RRGCC

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Submitted by: Mdjagg
Date: Oct 24th, 2020


SCIN said on September 20th, 2007
I think Hamsco and Crankmas did this already.
RRO said on September 21st, 2007
not sure ray, i put the anchors on this route for the trail day and didnt see anything up top as far as a rap station.they would have had to top out and just rap from a treee. no worries on my end either way, if they did this line we can change it. there is a set of anchors down the wall, climbers left about 45-60 feet with no bolts in the wall. maybe that was their line. either way its a fun face trad route. crankmas ?
hamsco said on December 12th, 2007
This is not what crank and I climbed. We did a couple of cracks way to the right past the buttress, but I have placed the anchors that you mention. Sounds like a great climb, good going Matt and Dan.
Wolf said on January 22nd, 2008
I was going to bolt this on the last JATD. I had top-roped it several times and picked out the bolt placements. I had already put the bolts together and attached the drill to a line when I started up to check the placements one last time before drilling. On that trip I started to notice that there were a lot of places that could take some interesting gear. By the time I got to the top I decided it would be a trad route. Here's the rack I used: two #4 and one 5,6,7, and 8 BD nuts, a .5 and .75 cam, two red tcu's, one blue tcu, and two of each the red and pink tricams. There were more opportunities for small nuts. It's a good route.