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Pulling into the pockets.
The Morrison Dihedral climbs the left side of a dihedral on crimps and pockets, then it traverses left on jugs to join a downclimb (5.6). The problem climbs 15-20 feet and traverses 15-20 feet. It is very committing, and falling is not an option.
It is at the far left end of The Lobby.
Consider it a solo.