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Climbs the same line as Scoopula, only start with the right hand on the angled crimp about 8 feet off the ground and left on a lower sloping crimper. Bust a move and establish yourself on the crimp rail in the scoop, then to the arete and finally dynoing for the lip.
Good conditions will most certainly help.
Multiple pads and a spotter would be nice. The dyno will send you fly'n.
|By Christian Prellwitz|
From: Telluride, CO
Jan 1, 2013
Is this a jump start to the left hand crimp rail? Or do you actually have to pull off the ground statically and then go to the crimp rail?