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Table of contents

1. Hungry Jacks, Home of the Whopper 18 routes in Unknown

Summary:
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seasonality
All Sport
Description:

From the campground looking south the small rock out crop visible below the power lines. Cross the creek and follow the faint track up to the base of the cliff. The routes are listed left to right; some routes have not yet been listed. This crag is on private property and as such please show the proper respect to ensure future access, if you pack it in then please pack it out. The land owner Whopper might come say hi, be friendly he is a local night club bouncer!

RouteGradeStyleSelected ascents
1 Will there be fries with that?

Start out left through powerful moves to delicate stance then continue up slab moves to top passing 3 RB’s to shared anchor with Redneck Hillbilly Methhead Gympites.

FFA: Phil Box, Steve Kloske, 2012

19Sport 15m
2 Redneck Hillbilly Methhead Gympites

Start 2m right of Will there be fries with that? Powerful and challenging start up past 4 RB’s to shared anchor.

FFA: Steve Kloske, 2012

21Sport 15m
3 Happy Meals make Good Meals

Start 4m right of Redneck Hillbilly Methhead Gympites. Up easy short wall passing ring bolts to difficult mantle and top out to shared anchor on left with RHMG.

FFA: Steve Kloske, Phil Box, 2012

15Sport 15m
4 ** What a Whopper

What a whopper of a move! Start 8m right of previous route. Reachy moves all the way, shorties be warned! Balance your way up to big moves above the roof then continue past several ring bolts to anchor.

FFA: Steve Kloske, 2012

22Sport 15m
5 ** Red Jocks, look anywhere but there

Start 1m right of What a Whopper. Delicate moves up to small roof up to good stance then jug haul up.

FFA: Phil Box, Steve Kloske, Damien Rua, 2012

20Sport 15m
6 * Goofballs and Grease Traps

Start 2m right of previous route. Balance your way up to stance followed by pumpy moves then keep moving through the French fries crimpers and grease trap slopers.

FFA: Steve Kloske, 2012

21Sport 15m
7 The Rainbow Road Show

Start 4m right of Goofballs and Grease Traps. Trip out on this psychedelic direct line or layback your way up in style passing three ring bolts to shared anchor.

FFA: Steve Kloske, Phil Box, 2012

15Sport 13m
8 After The Gold Rush

Up easy direct line to DBB. Right of TRRS

FFA: Steve Kloske, Phil Box, 2012

15Sport 13m
9 The Clinterous

5 Ring bolts to anchor. Dedicated to the FFA

FFA: Clint Westbrook, 2009

16Sport 15m
10 Fast Food - That’s what she said.

5 Rings to Anchor 1m right of Clinterous

FFA: Herb Brandewie, 2009

15Sport 15m
11 Super Size Yo Mumma

5 bolts to anchor 2m right of FF

FA: Herb Brandewie

FFA: Herb Brandewie, 2009

18Sport 15m
12 30c Conner

Start 2m right of SSYM up the immaculate hand crack pull through the bulge and finish up the slab. Anchor on the left.

FA: Herb Brandewie

FFA: Herb Brandewie, 2009

17Sport 15m
13 Whopper Flopper

1m right of 30c Huge move from the cave then up the jugs add a grade for shorties and subtract for tallies 4 ring bolts to DBB.

FFA: Steve Kloske, 2012

24Sport 15m
14 Lichen this lichen

2m right of WF 3ring bolts up hand crack to anchor.

FFA: Herb Brandewie, 2009

16Sport 15m
15 Which toy do you want?

2m right of LTL Up lichen covered rock passing 4 ring bolts to anchor.

FFA: Herb Brandewie, 2009

15Sport 15m
16 The Licking Lichen King

Set by Graham Page, 2013

FFA: Damian Krell, 2013

16Sport 7m, 4
17 Burger Queen

Beautiful face follow by a feature headwall.

Set by Antoine Moussette, 2013

17Sport Project 7m, 5
18 Onion Rings

The overhanging arète on the left side of this sector.

Set by Graham Page, 2013

21 to 23Sport Project 7m, 5

2. Index by grade

Grade Stars Name Style
15 After The Gold Rush Sport 13m
Fast Food - That’s what she said. Sport 15m
Happy Meals make Good Meals Sport 15m
The Rainbow Road Show Sport 13m
Which toy do you want? Sport 15m
16 Lichen this lichen Sport 15m
The Clinterous Sport 15m
The Licking Lichen King Sport 7m, 4
17 30c Conner Sport 15m
Burger Queen Sport Project 7m, 5
18 Super Size Yo Mumma Sport 15m
19 Will there be fries with that? Sport 15m
20 ** Red Jocks, look anywhere but there Sport 15m
21 * Goofballs and Grease Traps Sport 15m
Redneck Hillbilly Methhead Gympites Sport 15m
22 ** What a Whopper Sport 15m
21 to 23 Onion Rings Sport Project 7m, 5
24 Whopper Flopper Sport 15m