Hell in a Bucket
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Also lying to the right of Qs (around the corner), this incredibly powerful route ascends a thin seam up the middle of the wall. A fixed pin can be seen about 1/3 of the way up.
Powerful and sequential layback moves up the thin crack will have your shoulders screaming for mercy! Sequential and technical and powerful at the same time, it is sure to make you work as hard as you would expect on a 12d crack. A toprope can easily be set up by leading 'Qs' and walking a few feet to the anchors.
Very thin seams will take small nuts, but unless you are confident plugging gear on a 13a seam, this is better left as a toprope. 2 bolt anchor at the top.
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