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Pitch three of Sundance.  It ain't no walk in the park.
Paul contemplating which way to go. The Sundance finish goes up past the black streak and into a tiny crack system which looked tricky to protect and quite run out.  The left dike system (Sundike) looked much more interesting and fun.
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Another bolt up and then the thin, delicate traverse right to the corner.
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By dnaiscool
Aug 12, 2014

Best to put a long runner on that last bolt. There is a place to insert some thin nuts at the base of the dihedral before committing to the right side of it (I used a #4 Steelnut), and I'd put a long runner on this, too. There is NO PRO once you get to the right side of the 'hedral, but just keep that left hand on the arete and stand firm in all those granite "cups" for the feet. The run-out is easy compared to the climbing below, but it is definitely a "No Fall Zone".

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Another bolt up and then the thin, delicate traverse right to the corner.

Submitted By: Paul Rezucha on Jun 6, 2006
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Sundance (5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b )
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