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Index Q - Breakfast of Champions anchors from GNS?

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Can I get to the Breakfast of Champions anchors (to TR it) from the top of GNS without shenanigans?

 

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Can I get to the Breakfast of Champions anchors (to TR it) from the top of GNS without shenanigans?

 

exposed steep dirty loose 4th class if it goes

 

never done it but "think" it might be possible

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Yes. Easily.

 

Walk up and right for 40' on a path through the woods, then back down and skier's right (once facing the parking lot again). Class 2, watch that you don't knock down rocks or chuck ropes onto anyone!

Edited by Blake

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What Blake said.

 

When Dave Anderson and I first climbed BOC, we had to rap down and dislodge a bunch of loose rocks and flakes that were sticking out of the crack. Fortunately, like most days, there wasn't a soul around so we didn't have to worry about rockfall.

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My favorite way to access BOC is via Princely Ambitions. Climb the two pitches of PA and walk up and left (a bit of exposed trail) to the BOC anchors. Rap or lower in to access BOC and Marginal Karma. Much cleaner access than way of GNS.

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What's wrong with Rodger's Corner?

It's not a GREAT climb but it has some interesting climbing on it.

 

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Roger's ain't bad, I prefer Princely: better rock & pro, and more stimulating climbing. Rogers has adequate pro if you know what is solid and what isn't, but I could see someone placing questionable pro and taking it for granted. There have been accidents on Rogers, possibly due to such issues. That's just my own opinion, not an indictment of Roger's as a route per se.

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