A Cougar One Bite Brownie
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Warm up, some fun jug pulling with some delicate moves mixed in. It's listed as a mixed route by Marc Bourdon and also the FAist because of an ~15 foot section after the last bolt that would accept great pro (.75-#2 Camalot) if you're sketched. I did it without and thought it was fine. The juggy flake at that point supplies huge hand holds and after a metre past the bolt feet start appearing too.
FAist called it 10a, and I do too. Not harder than Zoe.
Shares an anchor with Heavy Petting Action, so you can use that anchor for TR if you like.
It's currently the (climber's) left-most route on the crag, though I saw a fixed rope fifteen metres down so maybe it won't be for long. Bolt-line directly left of Heavy Petting Action.
9 bolts and a bolted anchor.
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