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Bruce dialing in the very thin moves past the last bolt.
Sayonara.  The easier start (9) goes left up a ramp and turns the roof to the right.  Protect this move with a 1"-2" cam.  The hard start (11d/12a) begins down to the right and turns the roof on miniscule holds. <br /> <br />The two variations join for the final three bolts: steep thin edging at the 9-10 level with a 10b crux at the last bolt.
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Just put your right foot where the excess gear is hanging, and it's easy! Both Chuck's and my right thigh cramped violently and instantly when we first put our foot up. For me it was amusing, but Chuck was in serious pain.
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Just put your right foot where the excess gear is hanging, and it's easy! Both Chuck's and my right thigh cramped violently and instantly when we first put our foot up. For me it was amusing, but Chuck was in serious pain.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Sep 2, 2006
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Sayonara (5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b )
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