Divine Punishment

This route is located in the Southern Region at The Chocolate Factory

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Silky Smooth 5.13c (Sport) ***

First Ascent: in 2012
Length: 75ft
Bolts: 10 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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30 feet right of Divine Punishment is another steep line beginning with a jump to a large mouth 10 feet up. Move straight up the overhanging featured face to the chains. Equipped by Kevin Wilkinson.
Moves: unknown
Descent: Chains
Stays Dry: Downpour
Owner: Private
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5.13c (14 votes)

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Submitted by: Anonymous
Date: Jun 20th, 2013

Submitted by: Andrew
Date: Dec 6th, 2012

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dustonian said on July 16th, 2012
I think this is either Kevin Wilkinson or Dario's
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AlexAndEr said on October 15th, 2012
Amazing route, although I can't imagine it lasting in its current condition for very long because it is quite fragile, and unfortunately those places were rather blank. Never the less, GREAT route!
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pumpout2004 said on October 15th, 2012
The first ten feet of this route is quite heinous and scary. From the ten foot mark to the top, however, is really cool climbing on continuous edges with few rests. Fragile in spots: fatties tread lightly. Feels quite difficult for 13c.
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kafish2 said on November 26th, 2012
I have seen quite a few big guys on this route and nothing breaking lately. I also do not think much else will be breaking. Solid route, packs some pump. Seems low end c or maybe even b to me. Afterall, Cat's Demise is B and is light years harder than this guy is.
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pumpout2004 said on November 26th, 2012
If you are good at finger hanging pterodactyl style climbing than this baby will feel easy. If you suck at bird climbing (like me), than it feels hard as hell.
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tbwilsonky said on November 27th, 2012
didn't know that was a style. where i come from we just call it 'holding on'.
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pumpout2004 said on November 27th, 2012
You have never heard of pterodactyle style!? There are a number of ways one can simply hang on...ie said ptero style, clumped style, tense style, progressive denaturation style, and my favorite julia styles.
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dustonian said on November 27th, 2012
man, that sounds complicated. no wonder you climb so hard!
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kafish2 said on November 27th, 2012
If only I could climb Julia styles. If only...
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512OW said on April 22nd, 2013
Agree with kafish, low c/hard b, though I thought it was harder, or more precisely, impossible to compare to Cats Demise. Seems pretty solid now, though I could see a hold or two breaking eventually.