Last of the Bohicans

This route is located in the Southern Region at The Motherlode

Pushin' Up Daisies

2 votes

Flour Power 5.13b (Sport) *****

First Ascent: Chris Martin in 1997
Length: 100ft
Bolts: 14 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This route begins by climbing through a roof 8 feet right of BOHICA. Pull the roof then climb through fairly large holds then surpass a blank section to reach a sit-down rest. When recharged, creep off of the ledge and tackle the severely overhanging face gunning for a good rest before a small dihedral of sorts. Move right from the rest and fight for the last 10-15 feet before reaching the chains.
Moves: Crimps or Edges
Descent: Cold shuts
Stays Dry: Downpour
Owner: Private

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4.58 stars (19 votes)
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5.13b (15 votes)

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allah said on April 21st, 2003
its not C it is B
ray said on December 9th, 2008
Harder than BOHICA for me. Better too though.
512OW said on April 27th, 2009
Fun. Pumpy. Hard in 80someodd degree temps. Loved it. Nitz started the Cave send train with Omaha...
THB said on October 14th, 2011
Sometime between Sunday (the 9th) and Thursday (the 13th) someone took one of the steel biners off the headwall of this route and replaced it with an aluminum one. I know that the gate on the steel biner was a little sticky, and I was planning on replacing it with another steel biner, but when I was on it this past Sunday (the 9th) the gate wasn't sticking at all so I left it alone. I was planning on cleaning the steel biner with the sticky gate and then reusing it somewhere else in the gorge (since other than the sticky gate, it was a perfectly fine biner). Maybe the person that took it off was planning on the same thing? If not, could I get that steel biner from you and I'll give you your aluminum one back? Thanks.
der uber said on October 16th, 2011
The climbing up to the first rest is good stuff. Cool headwall finish, too.
MrFizz said on August 3rd, 2014
There are bats living in the big jugs that are up in the little dihedral. Watch out for them.