Pete Whittaker Flashes Belly Full Of Bad Berries

October 16th, 2011

You are on a rock climbing tour of America’s hardest offwidths. You arrive in Indian Creek. What is the one route you are going to get on first? The answer is obvious, it has to be ‘Belly Full Of Bad Berries’. First climbed by Brad Jackson and immortalised by Simon Carters photos in Rock and Ice magazine.
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After on-sighting and flashing ‘Lucile’ and ‘Trench Warfare’, Pete Whittaker wasn’t going to be content with merely climbing the route, he knew the perfect hard offwidth hat trick would be a flash of the Indian Creek wide classic.
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Pete Whittaker Flashing ‘Belly Full Of Bad Berries’

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Pete won the toss of the tape roll, got straight on the route and approximately 15 minutes later hit the chain.
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Tom Randall was up next but unfortunately fell on his flash attempt, but happily he got his ascent on his second go.
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Tom Randall climbing 'Belly Full Of Bad Berries'

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