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The formidable headwall of the east Face. ITTIA climbs slightly right (about 50-70 feet) of the very large roof at the base of the headwall
This photo shows ITTIA in relation to Ambush Plaisir, including the 4th class approach. From where ITTIA diverges from Ambush Plaisir, each arrow is approximately one pitch, although several of the pitches detour significantly from the straight line. Photo adapted from James Garrett.
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Detail topo of ITTIA pitches from the large ledge at the start to near the summit including pitches on Ambush Plaisir. Note that circles indicate belays while arrows are placed generally over or left of the line of ascent. Notes include pitch grades and brief descriptions. Larger arrows indicate rappel anchors.
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By Christopher Barlow
Aug 4, 2011

The belays on Ambush Plaisir are drawn where we belayed. Doing these pitches this way required one natural anchor and a full 70m rope. Those pitches could be broken up differently.

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Detail topo of ITTIA pitches from the large ledge at the start to near the summit including pitches on Ambush Plaisir. Note that circles indicate belays while arrows are placed generally over or left of the line of ascent. Notes include pitch grades and brief descriptions. Larger arrows indicate rappel anchors.

Submitted By: Christopher Barlow on Aug 4, 2011
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I Think Therefore I Ambush (5.12- 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a PG13 )
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