Fatface

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

Buttercup


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Loverface 5.13c (Sport)

First Ascent: Kyle Fisher in 2013
Length: 50ft
Bolts: 5 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Climb sustained boulder problems which increase in difficulty up to the last bolt. Grab a shake then battle the final showdown to the chains. The final problem can be wet after a good rain. Equipped by Dustin Stephens.
Moves: unknown
Descent: unknown
Stays Dry:
Owner: Private
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3.8 stars (5 votes)
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5.13d (2 votes)

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dustonian said on December 20th, 2012
actually I think I equipped this one... Kyle's project now.
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dustonian said on April 11th, 2013
Congrats Kyle on the send! Open at 13c, "Loverface" I believe...so sweet of him to name it after me ;)
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der uber said on April 11th, 2013
Looks great, especially the top. I need to get out of my style bubble and check this thing out.
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kafish2 said on April 12th, 2013
Thanks again Dustin, figured the least I could do is name it after you. Super fun and creative movement on this one.
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Anonymous said on June 25th, 2019
So, honestly, how is this route? Is it worth doing? What's the style like? I guess i'm asking Kyle since no one else has really done it...
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K.Fisher said on June 30th, 2019
I'm obviously biased but... The climb is above average and very unique for the red. It is a pure power endurance crimp route having only one rest on the route at the last bolt. No section is crazy hard for the 13+ climber but there is no fluff either. The movement is good as well. Closest approximation, pacing wise, would be imagining Nagypapa with an easier end crux but slightly harder lead up. Better quality rock than Fatface to the left or the Butterface project to the right but it is a bit sharp and the first bolt is a bit of an awkward scramble to a ledge.
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Anonymous said on July 1st, 2019
Thanks for the info!