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Bop 'Till You Drop
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After the second clip, you have lieback slopers past the third, then easy moves to chains in a half-cave. The chains are a bit skinny. Comfortable with a 9.6mm rope, but if you have a 10.2, you might want to walk off.
Descent: abseil or walk off. Be careful if you walk off--would suggest abseiling.
Just to the right of the leftmost chimney, this route starts in the tan section of rock at the crag.
2 chain anchors
By Josh Kornish
From: Missoula, MT
Jun 10, 2013
called "Bop 'Till You Drop" 5.10
a well protected route with safe well thought out clipping stances.
I do not recall any issues with thin chains