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At the final hard moves of the P4 crux crack. You really have to milk the (only) several rests on this pitch. I did not successfully do that on this attempt. <br /> <br />Photo by Paul Rezucha.
At the top of the last pitch you can turn left with back against the right wall and get a break from the jamming. The crack gets wider, and the last moves to the top are cruxy.
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Pitch 1 is not visible.  Pitch 2 requires a few slab moves to gain jams/laybacks up the left-angling flake and crack in the middle of the photo.  Pitch 3 traverses left and up across more slab to the shadow-casting block.  The top dihedrals (hard to see) cruise up the grey rock between the two prominent, orange-streaked headwalls.
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Pitch 1 is not visible. Pitch 2 requires a few slab moves to gain jams/laybacks up the left-angling flake and crack in the middle of the photo. Pitch 3 traverses left and up across more slab to the shadow-casting block. The top dihedrals (hard to see) cruise up the grey rock between the two prominent, orange-streaked headwalls.

Submitted By: Dan G0D5H411 on Apr 18, 2011
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