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Memorable Misery 

Sleeping Giant 

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Cliff face along the north shore of Lake Superior 1 hour northeast of Thunder Bay. The wall is south facing so it gets plenty of sun until 5 pm in the summer. Reference Thunder Bay Rock 3rd Edition Alex Joseph & Randy Reed.

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Reference Thunder Bay Rock 3rd Edition Alex Joseph & Randy Reed.

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Memorable Misery 5.7 5a 15 V+ MVS 4b A0  North America : Canada : ... : Sleeping Giant
FYI: I am a sport climber and not good at estimating traditional grades on loose rock.Reference Picture:Memorable Misery Pitches 2, 3, 4, 5Pitch 1) 5.5 Loose slate like rock makes the climbing feel more difficult. Protection is there but be careful of the loose rock.Pitch 2) 5.7 A corner crack leads to face/crack moves. As the climbing becomes more vertical the loose rock became smaller pieces (fracturing actually made great positive edges.) I believe this pitch would clean up much better than p...[more]   Browse More Classics in International

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