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Greg has the jug after the first crux. Move left and roll onto the first hump. You can turn around and sit down if you want.
Greg's on the crux at the second to last bolt. The route climbs right to the left edge of the quartz dike at the bottom of the photo and then moves left on big humps between the 2nd and 3rd visible bolts. At the bolt with the long sling it moves back right past another closely spaced bolt to the quartz band and up that to the anchors.
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The 11d crux. Virtually nothing for your hands and some marginal stems lead to a jug out right. The stems look solid in this photo, but don't be deceived.
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The 11d crux. Virtually nothing for your hands and some marginal stems lead to a jug out right. The stems look solid in this photo, but don't be deceived.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Dec 17, 2006
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