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This is the middle of the trio of 5.11s on the left side of Bauhaus Wall and probably the hardest, with a slopey, bouldery crux that catches you by surprise up high.
Climb right of the big rectangular hole into a faint corner, then wander up pods, pockets and funky crack holds to an upper crux barring entrance into an elegant stemming corner. The corner leads to anchors below the huge roof.
|By Aeon Aki|
Nov 12, 2007
The crux at the top that Matt describes is certainly the direct finish to this route. However I found that moving off to the right avoids this entire sequence and doesn't really feel "off-route." Avoiding the crux at the top in such a way makes this route significantly easier.
Sep 26, 2011
It's an 11d not an 11D with an optional 10 finish. Climb the route how it's meant to be climbed. Claiming that you sent an 11D is wrong I am sorry.