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The route climbs the wall below the overhang on th...
Buddha's Belly is the rightmost route on the wall. It follows the line of bolts through the roof and above to the chains. There are nice moves to the roof, then get ready for some jug pulling to get over the roof.
Four bolts to chain anchors.
Keith Brett sending Buddha's Belly at the 2010 24 ...
Blake Collins on Buddah's Belly, 5.10.
|Comments on Buddha's Belly
|By Blake Collins|
Jul 16, 2003
Buddha's best route***, face moves about 20 ft to the roof, placing a small tcu or stopper directly below the roof is helpful but not a must. The roof consists of large jugs with a bolt in between them. Easier 5.9 moves to the anchors.
|By Anonymous Coward|
Aug 6, 2003
This route and Ram. Story were put up by a guy named Robbie. JM
|By Mike Carnes|
Feb 10, 2005
This was bolted by Robbie Williams, who after a climbing trip to Thailand I believe, or some place like it with hard sport climbing came back and more or less kicked off Hartman's rocks area. Robbie is a native to Gunnison and wrote the Black Canyon guide book. He was firing so hard when he bolted this area and called it 5.9 so there you have it. Robbie, what up dawg!!!
|By Robbie Williams|
Mar 11, 2006
Good to hear from you my brother, don't be a stranger!!
From: evergreen , co.
Aug 3, 2009
Just got back from a weekend trip to Gunnison, while I was there I went and hit up the belly, and to my surprise someone has rebolted this line adding a bolt where you would usually place a nut or an Alien, don't clip it it totally gets in the way when you turn the roof.
|By Blake C|
From: Estes Park and Gunnison, CO
May 10, 2011
The bolt above the roof was kinda loose the last time I climbed it, prior to any re-bolting.
|By Luke Mehall|
From: Durango, Colorado
Jul 26, 2011
Just noticed the comment above, it's been two years but figured I'd clarify. We added the extra bolt in 2003 with permission from Robbie Williams, who established the line. Originally there was a pin that Robbie placed, but a subsequent party removed it.
It was very runout after the pin was removed, so Robbie, myself, and several others agreed that a bolt made sense.
As for skipping the bolt because it would get in the way of the rope, I've seen countless climbers clip that bolt, and it runs just fine.