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Anyone know who put up the route to the right of Dainty Butterfly and to the left of the new route marked "Spinal Tap?" Does it have a name? I enjoyed the movement at the top.
- Archer Jerry
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Troy Davison put up that route. My question is: Who put up Spinal Tap? How do you finish it? Of course the tree is not on.
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Sorry for the delay guys! @Next Level - Route is called Kentucky Grapevine 5.12 +/- (bolted by Troy D.) @Caribe - I bolted Spinal Tap and have finished the route two different ways. FA entailed left split finger pinch/pocket, high-step left foot on of the rails, reach out right for like a tiny dimple kind of sloper and delicately rock on the left foot and establish a higher right foot while slapping one of the many buddha belly button kind of indention's over the bulge and pray your palms don't sweat like mine do. Hold your breathe and step up and through to the anchors.
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Spinal tap is already a route at soul canyon. Stupid ass
Skipping cruxes is a way of life.
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You F#$king Moron! Spinal Tap is a parody British heavy metal band, not a route at Soul Canyon or Chocolate Factory. SMH
Drugs are Cool!
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Did they play stairway to heaven?
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The tree is always on, isn't it?
barn burnt down
now I see