Lollipop Kids

This route is located in the Natural Bridge Region at Lady Slipper - Emerald City

Diamond in the Rough


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Oz 5.11c (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Jamie Baker, Rob Butsch in 1991
Length: 70ft
Bolts: 6 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This is the next route to the left of Lollipop Kids and starts on the same ledge.
Moves: Crimps or Edges
Descent: Cold shuts
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: NFS
Steepness:
technical (1) vertical (1)
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3.48 stars (31 votes)
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5.11c (20 votes)

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Anonymous said on March 28th, 2004
another one move wonder 11c////great route. dont be afraid of the tree that hangs over the top it wont come off unless u decide to grab on to it when u take a big whipper! YEEHAW
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hoss said on August 26th, 2005
Crap, doesn't deserve three stars. You have to wonder through all types of vegitation to get to the anchors.
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pigsteak said on June 4th, 2006
move in the middle is.......non existent? felt 12a to me.
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Josephine said on July 20th, 2009
there is a tree that is covering the top part of this route - maybe last bolt or two to the anchors.
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Jeff said on July 20th, 2009
It's time to buy a chainsaw.
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Jeff said on May 9th, 2010
New chain anchors and replaced last 3 bolts. First 3 are studs and are good (tightened 3rd). Tree did not interfere with route, but cut it back some anyway.
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dlewis101 said on September 20th, 2010
If you like fun, technical (i.e.: not overhanging and pocketed), then do this right. One move wonder? Are all routes with a defined crux a "one move wonder"? I'd call this route a "fun-move wonder".
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Annea said on October 23rd, 2012
This route has great moves! Highly recommended.
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dfspau2 said on January 9th, 2013
Best route on the ledge IMO...
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lankydustin said on February 5th, 2019
Looked like the tree came down, and took out the vegetation on the ledge with it. Top of the big pine was speared into the ground below last weekend.