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High Res of the first 3 pitches... <br /> <br />The 3rd pitch had a few gripping 5.10 moves as you link thin cracks moving right from the arete back to the large LF dihedral.  I thought this pitch was harder than the "crux" pitch.
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By Rob Dillon
Jul 2, 2007
I don't think you have to go all the way over to the arete and back on the 3rd; there's a direct line up a thin crack that leads to the dihedral much closer to the belay.
By Tony B
From: Around Boulder, CO
Jul 2, 2007
I thought that doing it direct felt like 5.11-, and protection was poor.
By CHRIS.T
From: Longmont, Co.
Jul 22, 2009
the red line on pitch three is wrong going into the left facing corner. take a thin crack(not visible until your basically in it)almost directly below the corner
By Guy H.
From: Fort Collins CO
Jul 23, 2009
Thanks for the feedback... I thought the way we did it was 10+ and slightly runout. I remember seeing that thin crack, but I wasn't sure if that was the correct path.

Has anyone climbed the thin crack going straight up on P2? It looked like in would be in the 5.11 range.
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High Res of the first 3 pitches...

The 3rd pitch had a few gripping 5.10 moves as you link thin cracks moving right from the arete back to the large LF dihedral. I thought this pitch was harder than the "crux" pitch.

Submitted By: Guy H. on Jul 31, 2006
On this route:
Southwest Corner (5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a )
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