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Getting a good blue Camalot here. Move back left, and there's an excellent green Alien. Rather than climb straight up the thin crack, I've climbed more or less straight right above the lip of the roof. <br /> <br />Picture your second falling off the crux (that is out of the photo to the left) and swinging right into this photo. It's a problem. It might be a good idea, if climbing on double ropes, to clip the first bolt on the variation to the left so the second gets a second chance. <br /> <br />Photo by Chuck Graves.

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Getting a good blue Camalot here. Move back left, and there's an excellent green Alien. Rather than climb straight up the thin crack, I've climbed more or less straight right above the lip of the roof.

Picture your second falling off the crux (that is out of the photo to the left) and swinging right into this photo. It's a problem. It might be a good idea, if climbing on double ropes, to clip the first bolt on the variation to the left so the second gets a second chance.

Photo by Chuck Graves.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on May 15, 2005
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Tiger Balm Arete (5.11b 6c 23 VIII- E3 5c R )
Photo Of: Ivan Rezucha