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The crack looks very short in this photo because of the foreshortening caused by the zoom and shooting straight up. P2 of Touch and Go is the left facing corner right of me. <br /> <br />Photo by Chuck Graves.
Tim miraculously led this sketchy route.
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Pulling the roof. There's a thin rest below this point. There are a couple of decent holds above the roof and a bunch of rounded ones. It's not obvious how to safely make the move (and I didn't do it safely!). The gear is below my feet and is 2 big brass nuts. The gear below that is solid. <br /> <br />Photo by Chuck Graves.
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Pulling the roof. There's a thin rest below this point. There are a couple of decent holds above the roof and a bunch of rounded ones. It's not obvious how to safely make the move (and I didn't do it safely!). The gear is below my feet and is 2 big brass nuts. The gear below that is solid.

Photo by Chuck Graves.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Aug 28, 2005
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Semi-Wild (5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a R )
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