Relaxed Atmosphere

This route is located in the Gray's Branch Region at Left Flank


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Third World Lover 5.11c (Sport) **

First Ascent: Porter Jarrard, Rob Turan in 1991
Length: 60ft
Bolts: 5 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This route is located about 10 feet right of Relaxed Atmosphere. It is the rightmost route on this wall. Begin far left of the first bolt and gun through a sequential traverse on surprisingly not so good holds. Crank up and over the lip and relax on easier ground to the anchors.
Moves: Bouldery or Technical
Descent: Cold shuts
Stays Dry: Does not stay dry
Owner: NFS

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5.11d (41 votes)

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Roentgen Ray said on October 16th, 2004
It's a lot harder than the other two.
pawilkes said on May 25th, 2005
Its comforting to have a crashpad for the start. preclip the second bolt and don't bother using the first. definately hardest on the wall.
Stewy911 said on June 26th, 2005
the traverse will take it all out of ya. find the right hold and it goes alil more smoothly
Green3 said on August 11th, 2005
this route doesn't get climbed enough, good route, probably an 11d, but whatever, fun climbing
JR said on July 30th, 2007
I am glad there is enough rock at the Red to not have a bunch of these cocked up routes. That darn point system made me do it. I have been happily walking past this piece of shit for years. Damn you SCIN. You and your points.
Team Suck said on November 18th, 2007
New Bolts, 11-17-07. The cone on the 2nd was spinning in the hole, so couldn't get it out, will get back with a hacksaw/chisel before long.
pigsteak said on January 5th, 2008
"new bolts"? saw only the second being new. the old one is still there, and the anchors should have been first priority to change out. the anchor is NOT solid. just posting this for the next person to get on it to be aware. I'd suggest running it up to the anchors on the climb to the left. however, that anchor is only marginally better. btw, thank you team suck for all you do. I am in no way slagging..just posting updated info.
Wes said on January 5th, 2008
Bolts are all new, hangers are not, since they are usually fine we just rotate them around. The anchors didn't look great, but I guess they were replaced at some point, and looked OK to me, at least better then many other routes. The other route's anchor bolts are OK, but would be nice to change out the shuts at some point. Haven't been back there since, thus the old 2nd is still there, like is says in the prior post.
pigsteak said on January 5th, 2008
thanks wes for the clarification. I don't mind drilling new anchors to help out. I will take my drill next time I am there. and try to fix both sets of anchors.
Yasmeen said on September 7th, 2008
The anchors looked great as of today. Thanks again for the new bolts, Wes.
flip said on September 8th, 2008
The three .11s were re-bolted at during the do work tour as was Stunning the Hog and new anchors were but on To Defy the Laws of Tradition.
pigsteak said on August 11th, 2011
after ten years of work, I finally put this one to rest..RIP Third World Lover....