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YAY! Topping out P3.
Having finally regained his dignity, Luke is at the base of the hand crack, which is much easier and shorter than it looks from the ground. A double length sling on the block to Luke's left protects the final grovelling move.
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Looking at the second crux which involves a few feet of precarious stemming and/or crimps for the hands. Luke stemmed straight up. I faced left with my back aggainst the right wall and walked my feet up the quartz dike. These moves are the crux for me. After this, step up right onto yet another slab and angle right to the 2-bolt anchor.
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Looking at the second crux which involves a few feet of precarious stemming and/or crimps for the hands. Luke stemmed straight up. I faced left with my back aggainst the right wall and walked my feet up the quartz dike. These moves are the crux for me. After this, step up right onto yet another slab and angle right to the 2-bolt anchor.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Sep 24, 2005
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Where Eagles Dare (5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b )
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