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The Sentinel -Birdsbeak Spire,IV, 5.10, A2, FA: Will Oxx and John Middendorf, 1993, as seen from ascent of the Sentinel, Zion National Park, April, 2007.  Check out the similarity between this spire and Smith Rocks Monkey Face.
<b> <br /><ul style='margin:0 0; padding:0 0;'><li> Whatever Happens… Happens – 90’- 5.9/</li></ul></b> Surprisingly nice route.  I had done the Roofs of Jericho two days earlier and looked over at this route and thought it was another soft rating by Todd on Prophesy.  But it is a long steep route that gives you two 5.9 moves towards the finish, both kind of overhanging type stuff where you have to trust heavily on some precarious varnish.  Although it is well bolted, a fall on this kind of stuff will take some skin with it.  This is a long route moving over the left hand side of the arch to a rap chain.   The rap below the arch is not for this route.  11 bolts to anchor.  <b>I took this photo after I led it from belaying below Roofs of Jericho, May, 2007, Prophesy Wall</b>
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Northwest Ridge, III, 5.4, Mount Sir Donald, Selkirks, British Columbia, August, 2007 <br />
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Northwest Ridge, III, 5.4, Mount Sir Donald, Selkirks, British Columbia, August, 2007

Submitted By: Dow Williams on Aug 3, 2007
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