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Although it's quite easy up there, the wind blowing from the right made it a little spooky.  It's probably 15-20' up to the anchors from there.
Some fun, balancy moves with wind being quite gusty, made for some interesting climbing!
You decide if the #4 will work instead.
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By dnaiscool
Aug 12, 2014

That looks like a #4.5, and it looks bomber!! When I did the route in '89 a #4 Camalot was the largest made, and it worked fine...but this size looks even better. For this route...Don't Leave Home Without It!!

By Aerili
From: Salt Lake City, UT
Aug 20, 2014

Yes, this is a #5 Camalot C4 and therefore similar in range to the old 4.5.

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You decide if the #4 will work instead.

Submitted By: Aerili on Dec 26, 2011
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Sundance (5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b )
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