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|Type: ||Trad, 3 pitches, 230 feet|
|Consensus: ||5.10- [details]|
|FA: ||Steve Larsen, DIck Williams, John Hudson, Jim McCarthy, and Phil Jacobus 1966|
|Submitted By: ||Ross Fadely on Jan 12, 2008|
A terrible picture of Nemesis, with the actual cra...
A friendly boulder problem crux and nice climbing above make this a fun one. Almost always open.
P1- Boulder up the thin crack and head through some interesting climbing going straight up to the ledge. Climb straight up past a left-facing corner, then head right to the other left-facing corner. Follow this to the top until you're at the nice belay ledge.
P2- Tricky for tall folk. Step left and climb the obvious overhang. Head up past some loose stuff to the GT and a belay tree.
P3- Climb up the left facing corner formed by the massive jutting block. Work up the arete of the block, a little ways above your gear. Short but fun.
Alternate start for P1 at the next crack on the right. Same grade?
Just right of the Glyptodon corner at the first thin crack.
Standard rack to 2"
|By Willow Toso|
From: Salt Lake City, UT
May 3, 2010
Combine pitch 1 and 2 for an awesome climb! Gear off the deck is tricky.
From: Stone Ridge, NY
Sep 22, 2012
There is some discrepancy as to which crack actually is Nemesis, but both seem .10a and poorly protected.