Huge Tracts of Sand

This route is located in the Miller Fork at Camelot

Chicken of Augnor


2.
+0
0 votes

Brave Sir Robin 5.10c (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Cole Musial, Maria Musial in 2017
Length: 45ft
Bolts: 7 (report bad bolts/anchors)

Click for more images
Start on the flake/slab. After the no hands rest get through the fingery section to finish on jugs. This route would not be suitable for a top rope because of rope drag at the anchors. It is slightly overhung. When danger reared its ugly head he quickly turned his tail and fled.
Moves: unknown
Descent: Chains
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: RRGCC
Steepness:

Add / Edit Tags

Route Spray
Show Project
Quality Consensus
 

2.67 stars (12 votes)
Grade Consensus
5.10c (9 votes)

You must login to save your input!
stars
grade
attempts
+
-
spray
+ add
project
+ add

Charts

Photos


Submitted by: michaelarmand
Date: Oct 21st, 2018

Comments

1
Anonymous said on July 8th, 2018
I highly recommend cleaning this on top rope
2
DrRockso said on July 9th, 2018
So much rope drag on a 45 foot route that you can't top rope it?
3
lena_chita said on September 17th, 2018
Very fun climbing, despite some fragile rock! Not sure how it got the grade though, because it seemed easier than 4 other 10a's at the same wall. I think by "rope drag" people mean the rope running over the rock edge at the top. The last two bolts don't add much of anything, except for the rope wear. But even so, I don't think toproping this route would be any worse, in terms of the rope wear, than being lowered on this route. Someone has to get the draws at the end, one way or the other.
4
michaelarmand said on October 23rd, 2018
Yes the last two bolts add little to the climbing, but you can top it out and the view is great.
5
Anonymous said on March 26th, 2019
Climbed last weekend and this climb is still very chossy. Feet/hands were breaking constantly. There were some good jugs on the overhang that were way too sketchy for me to use, luckily there are plenty of other options. Also would have to agree that the anchor+final bolt add nothing but danger and rope drag over a razor edge. Coming over the edge at the top I grabbed something that resulted in launching a watermelon sized rock at my belayer. Basically the climb finishes in a sketchy choss scramble with your rope resting on a razer
6
sbailey077 said on September 18th, 2019
Got on it this past weekend and most of the holds feel solid now, ledge is still sandy as hell though, don't think that will ever really clean up.