|Nip and Tuck
|Type: ||Aid, 1 pitch|
|Consensus: ||C2 [details]|
|FA: ||Deavers and Valdez, 1986|
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|Submitted By: ||Andrew Klein on Dec 31, 2001|
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A short practice aid climb just to the right of Gyro Captain. Take the overhanging diagonal crack up and right. Can be done all clean on excellent gear, however, the awkwardness might warrant the C2 rating. The first piece is the hardest to place.
Small Aliens, TCUs.
|Comments on Capital Punishment
|By Anonymous Coward|
Feb 9, 2005
Freed by Caldwell in 1997; now called Mr. Stiffie, 13d.
|By chris schulte|
Jun 2, 2010
So, is it Mr. Stiffie, by T. Caldwell, .13d, via the direct start (aka Rob's direct start)? The new BoCan guide has the low left Mr. Stiffie at 14a, with the direct start. What is the line!?
|By Peter Beal|
From: Boulder Colorado
Jun 3, 2010
The theory is that a broken hold has upped the grade for Mr Stiffie to 14a from 13d. There is no new line, just an altered route. BTW Mr Stiffie should be its own route as it uses the arete more than the crack as it heads right along the upper section.