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Brie-Anne on Jug-or-Naught.
Follow the steep jugs up steep overhanging rock. A really nice route, crux is the first half of the route, after that, the grade mellows. Fun movement.
Not in the main area of The Balcony, but go right (south) past the lower angle climbs, to the rightmost block. You cant miss the large overhanging cobblestone with chalked jugs and bolts.
5 bolts to anchors.
Just past fourth bolt (crux) of Jug-or-Naut.
Jen Hoffman working between the third and fourth b...
Brian, crushing the starting moves on
May 12, 2009
Stickclipping the first bolt may be a good idea for leaders at their limit. Otherwise climb above the bolt to the huge jug and clip from there, where it's also possible to clip the second as well.
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From: Tempe, AZ
Jun 13, 2010
The twin 11s of Jug-or-naut and Rodent Outhouse are pretty similar. If you do one, you might as well do the other. Jug-or-naut is at least a letter grade harder... fewer big jugs to shake out on.