Hot For Teacher

This route is located in the Southern Region at The Motherlode

White Man's Shuffle


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White Man's Overbite 5.13c (Sport) ****

First Ascent: Dave Hume in 1995
Length: 80ft
Bolts: 9 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This is the next bolted line just right of Hot For Teacher. Using cheater stones for the start is not unheard of. Boulder out a steep section and up to a mantel. Continue up the overhanging wall on crimps and slopers.
Moves: Crimps or Edges
Descent: Cold shuts
Stays Dry:
Owner: Private
Steepness:
short (1) crimpy (1) bouldery (1)
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4.67 stars (9 votes)
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5.13c (12 votes)

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Submitted by: brayackmedia
Date: Dec 22nd, 2010

Submitted by: ray
Date: Dec 19th, 2005

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Anonymous said on July 28th, 2005
this route sucks
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Anonymous said on July 28th, 2005
I dont think this is 13d. its more like 12 c/d (on a hot summer day). And i know... i climb 13s. Often
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Anonymous said on March 9th, 2006
actually it sounds like you don't know shit.
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Anonymous said on March 12th, 2006
maybe he's thinking of hot for teacher, snooker, cosmic sausage or another route that borders it. i agree though, there is no way this thing is 12c/d
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Anonymous said on March 20th, 2006
Someone redpoints 5.13!! Wow, holy crap!
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Anonymous said on August 11th, 2006
better than two stars, beautiful movement
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Anonymous said on November 27th, 2012
A hold has crumbled and broken in the crux, above the bad left hand sidepull. Be aware if you are skipping the crux draw.
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tejas said on March 20th, 2013
crumbled/broken hold doesn't make a huge difference in the crux, most of the hold is still there, it's just a bit smaller now.
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512OW said on March 28th, 2014
New glue ins and anchor chain on 3/28/14. No, the new bolts don't make it any easier to clip the crux draw, just safer to fall on it.
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climb2core said on March 28th, 2014
Thanks for the work Kris! Also, thank you to the American Safe Climbing Association for providing the ClimbTech Wave glue-ins!