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This high step didn't work for Paul. If you're tall enough (he isn't) you can reach a good edge with your left hand and crank onto the good foothold in the crack, thus avoiding any thin feet. But it's still very thin moving right from there to the other crack. That's how I did it the first time, but I now think it's easier to do the thin foot moves and make a less extreme step up.
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This high step didn't work for Paul. If you're tall enough (he isn't) you can reach a good edge with your left hand and crank onto the good foothold in the crack, thus avoiding any thin feet. But it's still very thin moving right from there to the other crack. That's how I did it the first time, but I now think it's easier to do the thin foot moves and make a less extreme step up.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Oct 10, 2004
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