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The view from the spectacular perch atop Pitch 5, looking down the entire route. Lots of good climbing on this one, but lots of loose flakes and heads-up climbing, too. Pitch 5, for one, begins with a real garbage fest, starting about 10 feet above the belay.
The traverse on Pitch 5, above all the loose flakes: The traverse wasn't too bad, despite the soaking wet hand and foot holds, but the big overhang afterward felt like 5.11 with our cold, wet hands.
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The business on pitch 4: transitioning from this position to an undercling is the crux move. The short undercling turns the roof just above Dave's right foot.
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By Rob Dillon
Mar 7, 2008

I 'bout dislocated my hip dragging a stem out there as far as I could manage, and then some. That undercling is too burly for the likes of me.

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The business on pitch 4: transitioning from this position to an undercling is the crux move. The short undercling turns the roof just above Dave's right foot.

Submitted By: Dougald MacDonald on Aug 12, 2007
On this route:
Cannonball Corner (5.10c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b )
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