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John on the 5.9 fist pitch. You can traverse in from the left on ledges to avoid the easy and somewhat loose first half of the pitch. The second pitch is visible but very foreshortned. The second pitch ends at the tree on the skylinee at top center.
Looking right to where the gear and easier climbing is. A couple moves straight right and it gets easy fast. I've got a good new #5 (purple) Camalot and a good nut at my knees, and a decent red micro Camalot above me. The bolt protecting the crux is at the center left edge of the photo. <br /> <br />Photo by Chuck Graves.
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Joseffa Meir near the top of the final pitch of Tiger Balm Arete.  Photo by Tony Bubb.
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Joseffa Meir near the top of the final pitch of Tiger Balm Arete. Photo by Tony Bubb.

Submitted By: Tony B on Feb 28, 2002
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Tiger Balm Arete (5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c R )
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