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Ken Jern in the dihedral.
View of the intimidating crux pitch.  Belayer is visible in lower right corner.  After climbing the long corner, you exit right at the roof - airy, exciting, but not a technically difficult finish. <br /> <br />I did the entire corner and exit move in one pitch and belayed right on the prow.  An awesome, comfortable stance with great gear AND great views.  Also makes for a long (140 feet) and demanding pitch :)
Halfway up the crux pitch
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By Robin
From: Albuquerque, NM
Apr 13, 2007

Just out of curiosity what's up with his foot? it's looks like it's on backwards.

Cool shot though, so I don't sound like a jerk.

OH I see he's twisted around a whole lot. WOW!!

By villlein
Mar 2, 2008

haha I thought his foot was backwards too

By John McNamee
From: Littleton, CO
Mar 11, 2008

Me too!

By Justin Raymond
From: Orem, Utah
Oct 6, 2008

what the heck? foot?

By Andrew Mertens
From: Hanover, NH
Oct 12, 2010

Ahhhh!!!! I don't understand!!!!!

By ferrells
Jan 11, 2011

I, also, am completely dumbfounded by this. Look, I mean, that just isn't anatomically possible.

By Aaron Zumpf
Mar 26, 2011

uhhhhhhh photo shop?

By doze
From: Denver, CO
Apr 5, 2012

what the foot?!

By Jake Jones
From: Richmond, VA
May 17, 2012

I need an answer. This may cause me to sleepwalk.

By E Wydeven
From: Austin, TX
May 17, 2012

But which way will you go?

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Halfway up the crux pitch

Submitted By: Andy Laakmann on Jun 25, 2006
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Dihedral of Horrors (5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a )
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