Dancing Queen

This route is located in the Miller Fork at Serenity Point

The "end" of the crag


13.
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1 votes

Linny Lu 5.10a (Sport) **

First Ascent: Dustin Stephens, Aaron Saxton in 2014
Length: 55ft
Bolts: 6 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Left of Dancing Queen is another low-angle line that will probably clean up well with age.
Moves: Balancy
Descent: Bolt anchors
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: RRGCC
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2.41 stars (27 votes)
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5.10b (26 votes)

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Submitted by: ray
Date: Mar 16th, 2015

Comments

1
Rooky said on May 3rd, 2014
One of the tougher nines for me. Sustained.
2
MartyV said on August 6th, 2014
Awesome addition to this wall. Thanks Dustin!
3
fpmadden said on September 18th, 2014
This route will clean up well. Assuming I was on the right one. I brushed the heck out of some the route. But definitely not a 9 by any means. I liked it. Thanks for the good work.
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veela-valoom said on April 25th, 2015
This felt harder than dancing queen. The little crimp near the top was a tad nerve-wrecking. Still dirty/sandy but it doesn't hurt the climb too much (unless you brush sand off a hold into your eyes, that hurts quite a bit).
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climb2core said on March 1st, 2016
I liked it and would describe it as thoughtful climbing as you have to look around a bit for holds and feet. A bit dirty, but not enough to leave a bad taste in your mouth.
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Chiyram said on October 9th, 2017
Decent route, but felt a little harder than the 10b to the right. Still kind of dirty.