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Gumby In A Tree

This route is located in the Lower Gorge Region at Indian Creek Crag

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All In a Day's Work 5.10b (Trad) ***

First Ascent: Ben Faber, Joseffa Meir and Eric Kampel in 1997
Length: 70ft
Gear: #3-#5 Camalots (report bad anchors)

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Immediately left of Gumby In A Tree is this route, which follows the wide crack in the shallow acute dihedral. Stem grunt and slide to the top.
Moves: Wide Crack or Offwidth
Descent: Rap from tree
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: NFS

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5.9+ (2 votes)

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Uncle Big Green said on January 22nd, 2003
Spring 1997
Cromper said on October 13th, 2011
Does this have a big tree across it now? I was looking at a line that fits the description of this but there is a huge dead tree leaning across it into the wall.
batguano said on October 14th, 2011
This route climbs the acute dihedral 10' left of the main corner. I believe the main corner, Gumby In A Tree, is the one with the tree leaning across.
Cromper said on October 14th, 2011
Uncle Big Green said on June 18th, 2015
I'm not sure about this climb's grade. When I first did it, I thought 9+ sounded about right. I was climbing pretty well back then, so it's hard to say.