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This fine new addition ascends an interesting arete on largely excellent rock. Begin up a chimney/dihedral just left of small roof. Continue stemming up the dihedral, or for an added challenge (~10a?), use only the face holds on the right. When the dihedral peters out, head right towards the arete. Continue on the left side for ~15', then move around the prow to finish up the easy slab on the right side of the arete.
Immediately right of the "Skank to Crank" face lie two black aretes. This is the right-most arete, which is whitish at the bottom, and features a 2' roof, right on the arete, ~6 feet above the ground.
Bolts, 2 bolt anchor.