Deep Six

This route is located in the Natural Bridge Region at Lady Slipper - Global Village

The Frayed Ends of Sanity


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Wreaking Havoc 5.11d (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Jeff Moll, Porter Jarrard in 1992
Length: 80ft
Bolts: 8 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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Walk 30 feet right of Deep Six to a bolted line which shares it's start with the next line to the right.
Moves: Jugs
Descent: Cold shuts
Stays Dry:
Owner: NFS
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2.67 stars (6 votes)
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5.11d (5 votes)

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1
Anonymous said on July 7th, 2006
Liked the route, a bit dirty.
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pawilkes said on March 5th, 2009
its an alright route, pretty long with the hardest stuff early and then couple sit down/lay down rests. bringing some quicklinks for the top would be a good idea.
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jimmy said on February 3rd, 2011
This route was way more fun than it looked like it was going to be from the ground. I was reluctant to jump on it, but really enjoyed the climb while I was on it. There were biners at the anchor, and they were in good shape for lowering off of.
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jlu said on March 27th, 2011
Great rrg-style overhung haul through the first 6 bolts, and has a bail biner right at the tiny crimps bulge pull crux. Super dirty and chossy above this... watch the right side for giant rocks breaking off. One cold shut and one biner at the anchors that are in good shape, considering the low traffic this route gets
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jlu said on March 28th, 2011
sorry to anyone who pulls past the crimp-bulge crux... i broke off a major hold on the next move (not the last piece of choss that will fall from this route)
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dustonian said on May 26th, 2011
A few bolts of fun jugs then kind of a seeping pile up higher. Several bolts in marginal condition at best. Bring a couple quiclinks or biners for the anchor if you make it that far. Not some of Porter's better work, but still fun to climb if you like a little dirt, plants and epinephrine with your climbing.