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|Type: ||Trad, 1 pitch, 65 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.9+ [details]|
|FA: ||SA, Jean Francois Camson|
|Season: ||Spring, Summer, Fall|
|Submitted By: ||Scott Ayers on Aug 8, 2008|
This crack system is found between The Slot and Take Apart the Robots, and starts in a shallow right-facing corner. The title commemorates a word (eastern European; probably spelled wrong above) used by Alex Kiss who put up the excellent route to the right. Well protected climbing up the crack leads to a few strenuous, but reasonable moves up onto the arÍte (possibly R rated protection) just right of the prominent right-facing dihedral of the upper section of Take Apart the Robots. One last good #2 Camalot protects moves up and left to a thin crack/flake that accepts solid gear. Commit to the moves up and left, then ramble up easy climbing to the right, and the belay anchors below the pine tree.
Pro to 3", anchors.
This route ascends the right-leaning crack system between The Slot and Take Apart the Robots (see Squeezing the Lemmon.)