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Although it's quite easy up there, the wind blowin...
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By dnaiscool
Aug 12, 2014
This shot clearly explains why it is necessary to extend the boly at the thin traverse. This is counter-intuitive because it will lead to a longer fall while executing the traverse, but it prevents the rope drag that makes the BIG run-out that much more difficult and unbalanced.
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Although it's quite easy up there, the wind blowing from the right made it a little spooky. It's probably 15-20' up to the anchors from there.

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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