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Rock Lobster climbs the indistinct dihedral/gully on the left for 15 feet, then moves right to a bolt by a seam that is followed up and right to a blonde undercling in the upper part of photo. (I'm not talking about the long undercling that goes right and up, across the middle of the photo.) From the right end of the high, short undercling, climb up through a lichen-infested break to the rim. Build an anchor. Walk off.
Stone Soup is the lefthand crack. Thanks a Latte' is the righthand crack.
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Reach for the Sky climbs the nice crack in the left of the photo, then underclings right along the obvious flake that begins horizontal and eventually curves up to the overhang. At its right end, crank left and up to a horizontal, then attempt to beach your whale up over the overhang below and to the left of the small pine visible on the skyline. Stonefish climbs the up an "elephant's trunk" by a wrinkle visible at lower center, then up slab to the righthand (biggest) part of the overhang and over it (below and right of the small pine visible on the skyline). <br />
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Reach for the Sky climbs the nice crack in the left of the photo, then underclings right along the obvious flake that begins horizontal and eventually curves up to the overhang. At its right end, crank left and up to a horizontal, then attempt to beach your whale up over the overhang below and to the left of the small pine visible on the skyline. Stonefish climbs the up an "elephant's trunk" by a wrinkle visible at lower center, then up slab to the righthand (biggest) part of the overhang and over it (below and right of the small pine visible on the skyline).

Submitted By: George Bracksieck on Jan 5, 2013
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