|The Dali Area
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Another great moderate in the Dali area, this line climbs a vertical black & pink face on slopey crimps.
Begin sitting down just right of the arete, with the RH on a good hold about 2’ off the ground, and the left hand pinching the arete. Backstep the right foot near the arete, then pop up to a good crimp with the right hand. Work right along a pair of horizontal seams to a great incut spike below the black face. Head more or less straight up the face, through the crux, to an easy top out.
The stand start is just as good and not significantly easier.
This problem is on a boulder located ~50 feet directly south (uphill) from the Dali boulder. This problem is on the face that faces the Dali, starting just right of the NE arete.
At least two pads to cover the jumbled boulders at the base. Probably want a spotter for this one if you plan on falling.
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