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This route is located in the Southern Region at The Gallery

The Last Supper

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Crude Awakening 5.10b (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Kipp Trummel, Brent Dupree in 2008
Length: 60ft
Bolts: 8 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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50 feet left of DaVinci's Left Ear. Endure the oil saturated rock at the start to find an enjoyable slab rife with overzealous tick marks courtesy of the FA. But if it rains before you get there, all bets are off on your ability to onsight measly 10B.
Descent: Chains
Stays Dry:
Owner: RRGCC

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3.21 stars (33 votes)
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Submitted by: merrick
Date: Oct 23rd, 2015


pigsteak said on August 17th, 2008
thanks to the climbing corpse and blake, the grade has been kept humble. I stink at this angle, so it felt harder to me. but getting schooled by a guy older than dirt made me reflect.
Brentucky said on August 17th, 2008
much easier than the blank and scary-looking face you may perceive from afar. also, kipp, since when do slabs have holds all the way up (spoken by a true weak sauce top-roper)? maybe if we hadn't just been discussing "drip wire" and you hadn't been trembling i would have believed you about the grade. :-)
krampus said on October 6th, 2008
When this thing cleans up it will be a great addition to the gallery. Very fun moves coming around the corner.
pawilkes said on May 13th, 2009
this is a super fun route. the first couple bolts of climbing are dirty but after that the climbing gets really nice. a true onsight of this route (ie no chalk) is a bit of a heady experience but really great.
Saxman said on May 13th, 2009
Fun route. Hope that the tick marks have been washed off for the full effect.
Jeff said on March 20th, 2010
Full effect, no chalk, and nice route! Would def give it 4 stars if someone were to pressure wash it!!
Spikeddem said on June 4th, 2012
Most surprisingly enjoyable route I've done. I say that mostly because expectations couldn't have been lower. Didn't have a guidebook, but we knew it was a 10b. Looked much harder, and really terrible from the ground. I actually brought a bail biner with me because it looked so awful. A thought-provoking route that has some enjoyable movement. Enjoy reading the route while climbing, because you won't be able to much of any from the ground.
dustonian said on June 16th, 2012
cool route, thanks Team Kipp-Dupree!
climb2core said on October 15th, 2012
I have walked pass this thing dozens of times and always thought, that is not my type of route. Today I decided I needed 10 points and went for the tick less onsite. It is heady for sure without the roadmap. The only thing that got me to the top without falling was that I wanted my 10 points and didn't want to have to do it again. As a novelty it is fun once, but if the whole Red was like this route, Miguels wouldn't be running out of pies on Sat night.
Rollo said on September 8th, 2013
Like everyone else I was pleasantly surprised. Really good movement!
slander said on October 17th, 2016
Spiiiicy 10b. Very fun
Cromper said on August 8th, 2020
Has anyone tried the corner to the right of this? Never noticed it but actually looks pretty fun and hard.
AidClimber said on August 8th, 2020
Pretty sure Ben FA’d
Cromper said on August 8th, 2020
Ah right. I forgot about that. That was a good year for Ben.
shadow.ayala said on August 8th, 2020
I climbed it on a fixed line when I bolted Banksy. It's pretty cool.
BenjaminR said on August 8th, 2020