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On the 3rd and last pitch. This pitch is 8 or easy 9. It's way runout above the ceiling at the skyline above Chuck with the difficulty depending on how directly you climb. Maybe 5.6 or 7 if you climb straight up. Fun on TR. <br /> <br />The old bolt is in the groove at the bottom left of the photo. Chuck chose to climb the natural line directly above the belay and right of the bolt, but should you choose to climb directly at the bolt, there is some gear, and the moves at the bolt are not particularly hard.
On the 3rd and last pitch. This pitch is 8 or easy 9. It's way runout above the ceiling at the skyline above Chuck with the difficulty depending on how directly you climb. Maybe 5.6 or 7 if you climb straight up. Fun on TR. <br /> <br />The old bolt is in the groove at the bottom left of the photo. Chuck chose to climb the natural line directly above the belay and right of the bolt, but should you choose to climb directly at the bolt, there is some gear, and the moves at the bolt are not particularly hard.
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At the technical crux. The mental crux for me was the slabby thin crack getting to the ceiling below my feet. Due to foreshortening, the ropes look like they are zig-zagging more than they are. <br /> <br />Photo by Chuck Graves.
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At the technical crux. The mental crux for me was the slabby thin crack getting to the ceiling below my feet. Due to foreshortening, the ropes look like they are zig-zagging more than they are.

Photo by Chuck Graves.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Jan 9, 2005
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Direct Cop Out (5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b )
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