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The crux of P2 is clearing the roof on the right with twin cracks. Howling at the Wind traverses under the roof to the left.
The large LF dihedral of P1.  You can see the airy traverse on P2 at the top of the photo.
Rob leading the crux pitch....
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By Rob Kepley
From: Westminster,CO
Sep 4, 2006

Great shot, Guy!

By Guy H.
From: Fort Collins CO
Sep 6, 2006

Here is some gear beta for this pitch. Don't read any more, if you don't want to mess up your gear onsight.

The only fixed gear on this pitch is the pin protecting the first crux. There is #2 Friend or tight #1 Camalot placement, after pulling the first crux. You will be standing on the obvious hand hold a few feet after the pin. Straight forward gear can be placed for the next 10ft, including a flared #2 Camalot. At the end of the traverse left, a yellow Alien and/or 0.5 Camalot can be placed in the undercling (tough to see or verify). A purple C3 can be fiddled in around the corner to give you pro at your waist for the second crux.

By Phil Lauffen
From: The Bubble
Jun 4, 2011

Biner Taste Good!

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Rob leading the crux pitch....

Submitted By: Guy H. on Sep 4, 2006
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Corner Pump Station (5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a )
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