Count Floyd Show

This route is located in the Northern Gorge Region at Phantasia

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Creep Show 5.10d (Sport) ****

First Ascent: Porter Jarrard, Jeff Moll in 1992
Length: 70ft
Bolts: 6 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This is the bolted route 10 feet left of Count Floyd Show. It begins on the same low ledge.
Descent: Cold shuts
Stays Dry: Light rain
Owner: NFS
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Comments

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dj_ax said on June 5th, 2004
Another classic! This one was my favorite 10d for many years... and then I did Breakfast Borrito and Fire and Brimstone over at Drive By. Now it's my second favorite 10d.
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Stewy911 said on October 6th, 2004
my hardest onsight so far! yea baby yea
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krazykid said on October 6th, 2004
Definitely a classic! I love this climb and I love the approach. Can't beat parking and climbing at Phantasia!
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Gaar said on June 16th, 2005
I sent this on gear today 6/15/05! I understand the need for the first three bolts but the top half protects just fine. Should be Mixed route!!!!!
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Stewy911 said on August 10th, 2005
Nope. Either trad or Sport, take your choice
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jlu said on August 21st, 2005
Classic crack climb! Very unique moves within RRG, one of my favorites!
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Anonymous said on September 1st, 2005
Trad!
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Anonymous said on February 15th, 2006
this ain't no trad line!!
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SCIN said on February 15th, 2006
It used to have a fixed nut.
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haas said on February 16th, 2006
I remember when Gaar brought back footage of him climbing it on gear and he was so psyched, but then in the footage all you can see was him clipping bolts, then saying "wait, wait, it's coming, shut up, I place gear in a second". Haha, it was great. I must admit he did place gear for the top half, and even jumped from the anchors to prove the gear was solid. I'm just teasing you Gaar, it was a solid ascent.
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Gaar said on February 21st, 2006
I love you Jason! Your my hero!! And i was later able to prove you can protect the start with nuts, I just wouldnt fall on them!
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belay slave said on October 2nd, 2006
A Red clasic. Took my longest whip to date on this route.
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NateS GR said on October 16th, 2008
This climb was fun and pumpy. I did it after a full day of trad climbing at fortress so that might have had something to do with the pump but it's just a 5.10 and sure felt hard at the end of the day.
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Dman said on December 3rd, 2008
good route pumpy if your at your limit
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ReachHigh said on January 13th, 2009
A real classic. The sit down rest is also a nice find.
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mpittdawg said on June 1st, 2009
Such a fun route. The crack system up top makes this route.
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Savage said on September 22nd, 2009
As of 9/21/09, quickdraws have been hung on this climb in loving memory of the late Dr. Karl "Hungus" Stockhausen. This was his favorite climb in the Red, and seemed to be a fitting tribute to those closest to him. PLEASE, do not remove the draws http://www.redriverclimbing.com/viewtopic.php?t=12035
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milspecmark said on May 8th, 2012
I took a fall while clipping the anchors and hit the ledge below the last bolt. Just keep it in mind and maybe push off if you fall on your way up from the last bolt to the anchors. I was pretty pumped by then.
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Anonymous said on August 20th, 2015
The "first" bolt is missing from it's spot about eye level when you're on the ledge. Looks like it's been that way for a while. If you're scared of an over-the-ledge fall, you can protect the start with some nut placements.