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One more move, and the redpoint is bagged! Ropedrag at the top was not significant (but I should point out the rope was a dry-coated and almost-new 10.5mm). Note the pro & slings on the approach hand-crack are arranged to try to optimize the drag vs protection trade-off. <br />

One more move, and the redpoint is bagged! Ropedrag at the top was not significant (but I should point out the rope was a dry-coated and almost-new 10.5mm). Note the pro & slings on the approach hand-

CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Rubicon (5.10c)

Dec 9, 2009

Continuing up Rubicon. <br /> <br />

Continuing up Rubicon.

CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Rubicon (5.10c)

Dec 9, 2009

Greg starting into the business section.

Greg starting into the business section.

CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Rubicon (5.10c)

Dec 9, 2009

An arrangement of protection that produces little - if any significant - rope drag, yet still affords some protection and allows the route to be done as a single pitch.

An arrangement of protection that produces little - if any significant - rope drag, yet still affords some protection and allows the route to be done as a single pitch.

CA : Joshua Tree National Park : ... : Rubicon (5.10c)

Nov 17, 2009