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Slot Machine is an OW climb of note somewhere around Gold Gulley.  I would be surprised in no way if this is actually not Slot Machine, as I'd believe there are other wide slots not climbed at Moolack.   In either case Slot Machine is out there, in the vicinity of Gold Gulley, before the west edge turn-around.
Beyond the Sendero de Sangre tower is a series of uncleaned, undeveloped short walls.  Some may reach beyond a pitch, but the bulk is in the shorter range.  The rock is more fractured at this point of the band than previous to Gold.  The angle of these walls have long thought be capable of "moderate" climbing (5.8, 5.7 and below) which has made this region a target for many Lack developers seeking sub .10 grades.  Unfortunately, this region of the band is furthest from the approach trails end, so hardly sees development opportunities due to the many gem climbs that still exist long before this section is reached.  During 2004/5 a secondary approach from the roadside campground, water-crossing, then scrambling to the west edge turn-around created a scenario where an approach ended closer to these bands.  The water-cross tyrolean and loose trail is long gone now, and few approach the crag from this west end.
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Information in terms of Element's of Styles' alternative finishes came in after the deadline to send Moolack to the publisher.  Here is this addition that would have had a difficult time finding space in NWOR.
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Information in terms of Element's of Styles' alternative finishes came in after the deadline to send Moolack to the publisher. Here is this addition that would have had a difficult time finding space in NWOR.

Submitted By: PDub-Trad on Sep 28, 2012
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