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Incredibly thin start (strongly consider stick clipping the first here) gives way a little but stays on you through the end. This climb, and the wall in general is thin and technical even for Ten Sleep standards. It's a long one...
Behind the bush on stacked stones. Sits right on the path where it squeezes into the wall - leave room for others to walk by before your partner starts up.
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