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unknown climber pulling the lip of Sir Edmond Dril...
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By Jeffrey.LeCours
From: New Hampshire
Oct 21, 2011
The starting jug, partially seen in the bottom left of this photo, was recently altered. I watched the party send a toaster sized boulder shooting down the hill. The climber had cammed his foot above the jug and torqued the jug off the wall when he took a fall. I can't imagine that force going directly to his leg. Fortunately no one was hurt.
By thomasg
Aug 27, 2012
yep. that was me, however i don't think you can see the jug start proper. Thank god the rock split... and there was no one on the slabs below. The starting hold is still insanely huge, however i'm unsure as to if you actually start there (since it says "start left" and we started right below, even maybe a tad closer).
By Dominic Pelletier
From: La Prairie, Quebec
Jul 31, 2014
This route kicked my ass big time. First, i started below the bolt instead of on the left side. Holds are still quite good but your then in a very bad position to clip the roof. Also, be very cautious about lowering from the fixed anchors gear. I chose to lower down from a carabiner i left on the last bolt instead. The anchors just looked way to damaged and unstable for my taste.
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unknown climber pulling the lip of Sir Edmond Drillery

Submitted By: M Sprague on Oct 20, 2011
On this route:
Sir Edmond Drillary (5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c )
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