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Luke gaining the ledge below the crux.
There are perfect jams in the horizontal crack that Luke's left hand is on. The crux for me is clipping the anchors above from those jams. To finish the route properly, make another move to get stemmed out to the right at the top of the corner with your waist at the anchors.
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Until you've seen it done, this layback seems pretty unlikely. Rather than pulling onto your right foot as Luke is doing, you can instead, if you're reasonably tall, jump off your left foot with the right foot up and get the jug above the bolt.
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Until you've seen it done, this layback seems pretty unlikely. Rather than pulling onto your right foot as Luke is doing, you can instead, if you're reasonably tall, jump off your left foot with the right foot up and get the jug above the bolt.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Nov 16, 2008
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Highlander (5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b )
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