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Looking down the upper part of what we climbed as P2, a 70m pitch from the middle of the lower dihedral, through the roof, and up some corners above.   <br /> <br />There's a more comfortable belay 30m below me, directly above the chimney's roof, but from this belay, a small, pegmatite flake, you can climb through the finger crack and "classic dihedral" to an awesome ledge in a stellar 70m pitch.

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Looking down the upper part of what we climbed as P2, a 70m pitch from the middle of the lower dihedral, through the roof, and up some corners above.

There's a more comfortable belay 30m below me, directly above the chimney's roof, but from this belay, a small, pegmatite flake, you can climb through the finger crack and "classic dihedral" to an awesome ledge in a stellar 70m pitch.

Submitted By: Aaron Martinuzzi on May 10, 2010
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