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After the last crux. Lenny Miller belaying. Photo by Chuck Graves.
The last roof is about 5.8 but very airy, as you pull over to teeter right on the arete. It seems more logical to climb this roof on the left, but that's quite difficult. Lenny Miller belaying.
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Above the first route. The route climbs the moderate right facing corner below Chuck. The purple rope on the left is dangling from the anchors. Chuck is following on the purple and turquoise twin ropes. This is how your rope would run if you were climbing on a single. Lenny Miller belaying.
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Above the first route. The route climbs the moderate right facing corner below Chuck. The purple rope on the left is dangling from the anchors. Chuck is following on the purple and turquoise twin ropes. This is how your rope would run if you were climbing on a single. Lenny Miller belaying.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Sep 19, 2004
On this route:
Ramses (5.10c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b )
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