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Placing several marginal piecesa the bottom of the right crack. There's not much for the hands, but the feet are good. My left foot is on a slanting ramp. You can step up onto this ramp above the left crack and then carefully move right, but on the lead you probably want to stay low, stem to where my right foot is, and then bring your left foot up. <br /> <br />Photo by Luke Clarke.
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Placing several marginal piecesa the bottom of the right crack. There's not much for the hands, but the feet are good. My left foot is on a slanting ramp. You can step up onto this ramp above the left crack and then carefully move right, but on the lead you probably want to stay low, stem to where my right foot is, and then bring your left foot up.

Photo by Luke Clarke.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Oct 9, 2005
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The Offset (5.9+ 5c 17 VI 17 E1 5a R )
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