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Bromancing The Stone (5.10+) – A Red Rock Canyon First Ascent

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Jon Glassberg and Chris Weidner pioneer Bromancing The Stone (5.10+), a new trad line on Bridge Mountain in Red Rock Canyon,
outside of Las Vegas, Nevada. After seven back-to-back pitches of horrendous off-widthing, they make it to the summit at dark—with one GU and
a couple of tablespoons of water left—and get lost for hours on the descent. “It was fun at first but now it’s not fun at all,” says Glassberg
as they near the end of their adventure.

Full route details and beta can be found here: mountainproject.com/v/bromancing-the-stone/109953738