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Making for what was for us the crux moves. There is a big undercling for your right hand. The goal is to get the underclings at the ceiling. When leading Ramses I used the undercling by Chuck's right foot with my left hand, so the routes touch at this point.
Trying to climb the headwall directly. This would be a better line, but is much harder than the rest of the route. Maybe 12? The actual route moves straight right from Chuck to touch Ramses and then up and left into the short left facing corner. It looked to me that the gear for these moves  is down and left from Chuck's right foot.
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The route and the Isis buttress. Chuck is at the first hard moves. You can climb the roof in the center or further right. We climbed to the ceiling using the easy cracks below Chuck's left foot, but you can also climb the shallow left facing corner further right. It's about hard 10 to move from the top of that corner to the ceiling.
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The route and the Isis buttress. Chuck is at the first hard moves. You can climb the roof in the center or further right. We climbed to the ceiling using the easy cracks below Chuck's left foot, but you can also climb the shallow left facing corner further right. It's about hard 10 to move from the top of that corner to the ceiling.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Sep 19, 2004
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