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|Type: ||Sport, 1 pitch, 90 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.11a [details]|
|FA: ||Dan Mulnar & Dave Tidwell, August 2000|
|Season: ||Early Summer - Autumn|
|Submitted By: ||C Miller on Jan 24, 2007|
Stemming high up on D.D.D., 5.11a
Easy but unprotected slab gains the first bolt about 25' up, after which two more bolts of face lead up and left (crux) into the dihedral which requires a deft blend of stemming and face climbing. The climbing eases near the top and concludes with a short section of perfect hands (2.5" piece optional).
This is the striking left-facing corner system in the middle of the wall between Anger Management on the left and Fall Harvest on the right.
9 bolts, chain anchor (optional 2.5" cam)
BETA PHOTO: The fine corner of D.D.D., 5.11a
BETA PHOTO: Main wall central Topo
|By Euan Cameron|
From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes
Jan 24, 2007
The corner looks easier than it really is. Getting established in the corner is definitely the crux, but its good all the way up.
|By John Robinson|
From: Elk Grove, ca
Sep 28, 2010
IMHO the top anchors need to be lowered considerably. Well protected