Pool Boy

This route is located in the Miller Fork at Deep End

The "end" of the crag


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Fluffer 5.10a (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Dustin Stephens, Jimmy Hoctor in 2013
Length: 70ft
Bolts: 8 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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When the approach trail meets the cliff walk right and around the corner from the main wall to locate a pair of lines right of a sharp arete. This is the rightmost line. Negotiate a slightly dirty start to gain the face which begins with technical thin climbing and leads to larger holds on steeper terrain.
Moves: Pumpy
Descent: Chains
Stays Dry: Light rain
Owner: RRGCC
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Submitted by: Cromper
Date: Dec 6th, 2013

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1
dustonian said on December 4th, 2013
True to its name, bottom bit is often wet but still climbable. Really nice if you catch 'er dry.
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climb2core said on May 3rd, 2014
Fun line. Put drop in steel biners at the chains on it. Please use your own draws at the chains for top roping or multiple ascents. Thanks
3
Flunker said on May 3rd, 2014
Thanks for adding the biners Ian!
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Rollo said on June 15th, 2014
Climbs better than it looks. Nice lines guys! Appreciated the biners on these as well Ian.
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Anonymous said on January 2nd, 2015
Just a question, why does every, (if any route) need leavers at the anchors? When did cleaning become so hard to do?
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Anonymous said on January 2nd, 2015
Not every line gets them. But idealy, routes need either a quick link or steel biner to prevent wear on the chain. There is about $1.50 difference between them. I decided to go big and drop the extra $3 for leavers. However, if so inclined please feel free to put quick links on it and return the biners to me. Thanks. Ian
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Anonymous said on May 26th, 2015
These days people near steal the biners and leave nothing to replace them