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This is an entry for a line that has been done for at least 20 years now, but there is a questionable section for pro that might be worth warning leaders who may fall here.
Start to the right of Interface by maybe 15 feet in a crack. Head up. You may be tempted to put in some small cams just to the left of the big crack, maybe 10-15 feet up, but beware that that block may not be anchored well. If possible, don't fall here. Move up and left onto better holds and better protected features. Clip the anchors for Interface aka Slab Left.
Start maybe 10-15 feet to the right of Interface in a crack.
By Jay Eggleston From: Littleton Jan 23, 2013 rating: 5.85b16VI-15HVS 4c PG13
Since this goes up to the right of Interface, I would use the anchors on Interface to get down. They are easy to clip from the top of the crack. The anchors on 2 Left of Interface are a good distance away.
By Leo Paik Administrator From: Westminster, Colorado Jan 24, 2013
Jay, thanks for picking up my control-C error. I fixed it.