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I highly recommend topping out.  This last pitch, though not particularly long, is nice climbing <br /><ul style='margin:0 0; padding:0 0;'><li>edit - this is a variation, not the true p2</li></ul>

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By doligo
May 12, 2011

Maybe it's the angle of the photo, but it looks like one of the variations of Three Pine, but not the 2nd pitch of Something Interesting. Those stacked blocks of Three Pines 3rd pitch look awfully close.

By SethG
May 12, 2011

I was thinking the same thing, Dolgio. That corner doesn't look like the Something Interesting corner. And the rope above the climber is definitely not following Something Interesting. It goes right instead of left, and appears to go up to the stacked blocks on Three Pines.

By Chris Duca
Administrator
From: Havertown, PA
May 15, 2011

This is a nice a variation that starts in the 3 Pines corner, then continues up to the roof, breaking it out right, then re-joining 3-pines final face/crack system. Felt about 5.5ish.

By Alicia Sokolowski
From: Brooklyn, NY
May 18, 2011

My bad, didn't know it was a variation!

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I highly recommend topping out. This last pitch, though not particularly long, is nice climbing
  • edit - this is a variation, not the true p2

Submitted By: Alicia Sokolowski on May 9, 2011
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Something Interesting (5.7+ 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b )
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