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Kermits Wall and Perhaps Area
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Cranial Prophylactic 
Gordon's Direct 
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Green Adjective, The 
Kermit's Direct Start 
Kermit's Wad 
Lend Me a Dime 
Lime Line Variation 
MA 1 
Meat Puppets 
Orange Crush 
Paranoia Streak 
Perhaps Direct 
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Prepositional Phrase 
Revenge of the Nerds 
Smitty's Wet Dream 
Subordinate Claws 
Touch Up 


YDS: 5.10c French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII British: E2 5b R

Type: Trad, TR, 1 pitch, 80'
Consensus:  YDS: 5.10c French: 6b Ewbanks: 20 UIAA: VII British: E2 5b [details]
FA: Ellison, Simmons
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Submitted By: Nathan Fisher on Oct 8, 2004
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Tim doing a perfect friction lie back combo.

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Just right of Kermit's Wad and now Punany, is a right facing crack system that Punany actuially starts in before it climbs up and left to the 1st bolt. Centerfold climbs this crack that has marginal protection. The climbing is fun, the line is great...if it protected better it should be more popular. Come and enjoy, and if you don't enjoy this lead, climb Cranial or Smitty's and enjoy this climb on top-rope.


Small to medium gear will protect down low. The piton that the Ruckman's mention in their book is absent. Also, from about mid-height to where it joins up with Kermit's, protection is non-existent, with at best 1 small brass.

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1) Punany  2)  Centerfold  3)  Smitty's Wet Dream  4) Limeline Variation
BETA PHOTO: 1) Punany 2) Centerfold 3) Smitty's Wet Dream ...
Centerfold and surroundings w/o lines
BETA PHOTO: Centerfold and surroundings w/o lines
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By Lee Jensen
Mar 17, 2005
rating: 5.10c 6b 20 VII E2 5b

We did this one on top rope after hitting Cranial Prophylactic. I really enjoyed it. Slab friction moves, lie backs, and long reaches. Great for tall fokes. It would be really hard to protect if you lead it, but the crack at the bottom of the dihedral might provide a place for a few pieces. Unfortunately, these rare spots are also the best places for your hands.