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Not the best choice for July - very slippery feet....
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By dnaiscool
Mar 22, 2015
That small, but obvious, black knob on the face to the right is the goal when attempting this "20-feet-of-5.12+ face-climb-with-hard-to-place-thin-pro", because once you get there, the crack opens enough to accept fingers, and is no harder than .11c to the anchors...and the feet improve because the angle eases ever so slightly at that knob. The two .11c cruxes each have a rest before you must deal with them, so do make good use of any rest you can get on this route.
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Not the best choice for July - very slippery feet. Amazing climb. 12d or 13a, who knows!

Submitted By: Lee Clark on Feb 23, 2006
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The Pirate (5.12d 7c 28 IX 28 E6 6b )
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