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On pitch 6. Although Robb looks like he is doing weed control, we found this "open to interpretation" section a nice 5.8, avoiding the left crack laden with thorn bushes.
Pay attention here! We opted for the route in red after the "3rd class" ramp at pitch 7 1/2, but should have traversed left towards the arete (blue line), where the arch was. The red arrow indicates where the double bolt belay station is. The last pitch, with a few bolts and fun 5.8-5.9 mantles/smears beckon.
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2 #4, 2 #5 (could get away with one) and 2 #6 Camalots (no BigBros) were sufficient for the off width pitch.
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By Craig Childre
From: Lubbock, Texas
Apr 20, 2012

That rack looks like it's been Photoshopped. I know it's not, but that is a serious stack of aluminum and steel your hauling up the wall!

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2 #4, 2 #5 (could get away with one) and 2 #6 Camalots (no BigBros) were sufficient for the off width pitch.

Submitted By: Darryl Macias on Nov 25, 2008
On this route:
Chicken Chop Suey (5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a R )
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