Howls of Anguish
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Sebastian up in the dihedral
Climb more or less as you would for Death Scream, but when confronted with the foreboding roof, move right into the dihedral that appears to be blank. Enter this crux section and hope that you find some holds in order to avoid howling in anguish. There are some cool side-pulls and crimps to be found, making the line very possible. Make some big moves from here and go straight up.
About seven feet to the right of Death Scream.
Top rope. An excellent vertical crack at the top of the cliff makes for good anchoring (eats up cams from 0.5 - 3 Camalot or passive pro.) This crack is approximately 10 feet back from the edge.
|Comments on Howls of Anguish
|By Doug Lintz|
From: Kearney, NE
May 9, 2011
Looks cool. I've been spying that line for years thinking it would be a nice addition to this buttress.
|By Pete Hunt|
May 11, 2011
I think it's a cool route and worth doing. It's a bit licheny higher up, but with a little bit of traffic it should clean up. Let me know what you think if you get on it, and I'd be curious about any rating input as well.