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Serenity Crack 10d and Sons of Yesterday 10a. Sere...
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Serenity Crack 10d and Sons of Yesterday 10a. Serenity Crack climbs in 3 pitches from the bottom center of the photo to the first tree and then angles right to a ledge. Sons of Yesterday continues for about 7 pitches following cracks to the right of the huge left facing corner.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Mar 9, 2006
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