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After climbing the Center Shift route.  Looking at the Wham from this angle, the climb we took starts slightly left of center on the grassy ledge which bisects the face (about half-way up).  Climb straight up to the tippy-top.
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By Matthias Holladay
From: Durango, Colorado
Feb 23, 2011
The clean dihedrals (and I think some the faces) at the far left end of the highest grassy, ramp have been toproped for years by Outward Bound staff psyched to get some hard climbing in. I do not think any have ever been led. Look at the potential further left where the same steep band continues....
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After climbing the Center Shift route. Looking at the Wham from this angle, the climb we took starts slightly left of center on the grassy ledge which bisects the face (about half-way up). Climb straight up to the tippy-top.

Submitted By: Lee Frazer on Jun 3, 2009
On this route:
Center Shift on Wham Ridge (5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b R )
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