Shanghai

This route is located in the Southern Region at The Dark Side

American Dream


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Big Burley 5.13b (Sport) ***

First Ascent: Dave Hume
Length: 60ft
Bolts: 6 (report bad bolts/anchors)

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This route lies just right of Shanghai and is the third route from the right on the ramp. Power through pumpy moves to a boulder problem finish.
Moves: Bouldery or Technical
Descent: Cold shuts
Stays Dry: Downpour
Owner: RRGCC
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5.13b (4 votes)

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Submitted by: edwinteran
Date: Oct 5th, 2013

Submitted by: edwinteran
Date: Oct 5th, 2013

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allah said on May 30th, 2003
Im almost posative that Dave Hume got the FA on this, about 2 years ago
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512OW said on September 23rd, 2010
Not big or burley, but definitely ultra super mega sharp. Sharpest on the wall times 20. Ouch. Cool moves on razor blade pockets.
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512OW said on May 16th, 2012
After revisiting with fresh skin, the sharpness wasn't so bad, and is well worth it for the finish, which might be the best on the wall
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Anonymous said on October 8th, 2013
Visitor to the area. Watched a complete tw*t kill a bat on this route just so he could power scream while dogging his way up this route. Is it really worth killing an endangered species to show off to your girlfriend? Not impressed at all at this behaviour that I felt the need to rant.
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Anonymous said on October 8th, 2013
Just come down from the the route completely battered but it was ok as my echo sensors were firing on all guns dude anyway thought it was piss and only needed a power squeal
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Anonymous said on October 11th, 2013
The bat was not killed, simply removed from the hold (also being the largest resting jug on the route). The little guy flew off later in the day. Further, though many species of bats are extinct, this particular bat was the 'Little Brown Myotis' (myotis lucifugus). An extremely common bat in this area and not even considered 'threatened' never mind endangered. Fact check before you speak Mr. Visitor, especially when you are speaking about an area which you are after all visiting. Ranting on the net is swell, perhaps next time bring your grievances to light at the time of the supposed infraction like a real man. Thanks for visiting.
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pumpout2004 said on May 31st, 2014
Ouch.