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Bad Manners 
Brain Cloud aka Shadow Arete 
Brain Dead Ted 
Broken Arrow 
Cliff Hanger 
Dan's Line aka Restless Heart 
Dan's Manners 
Fatal Attraction 
Feeding Frenzy 
Good Man Dan 
How Rebolting aka Butt Crack 
Left Behind 
Major Bolt Achievement (MBA) 
Mandela aka Leaning Pillar 
Milk Dud, The 
Mini Me 
Minor Trad Achievement 
Mournful Mullet 
No Manners aka Hodat 
Over The Top aka Unknown bolt line 
Shadow of a Hangdog (aka Fat Fingers) 
Shark Attack! or Shark Infested Waters 
Sick Minds Think Alike 
Stoney Middleton 
Table Manners 
Twenty Something Arete 
Wazup? aka Buchanan 

Bad Manners 

YDS: 5.9 French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI British: HVS 5a

Type: Trad, 1 pitch
Consensus:  YDS: 5.9+ French: 5c Ewbanks: 17 UIAA: VI British: E1 5a [details]
FA: Nevada Montagu, Richard Wright
New Route: Yes
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Submitted By: Nevada Montagu on Aug 30, 2001
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Finishing the crux roof....

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The route is located on the MBA Buttress. It is the prominent, left-facing dihedral just right of Table Manners and left of Dan's Line aka Restless Heart. It climbs the roof crack out left of Table Manners' last two bolts then turns right to gain the anchors.


Protection is abundant. A #0.75 Camalot protects the roof. A small nut or RP protects the final moves to the two bolt anchor.

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By Richard M. Wright
From: Lakewood, CO
Aug 31, 2001

Bad Manners is the logical flow of the Table Manners route, done as Nevada indicates. The roof can be done for probably 5.11d by running the crack and flake on the left until over the roof. This is followed by a step over giving rise to a two bolt sport variation of a natural trad line.