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Jay uses his reach to minimize the slap.
This a tiny line up a wee pillar that just might call out to you to climb it. It is a better TR problem.
Climb up the face utilizing a sloping right foot hold. There is a precarious slap higher up that may spit you off if you don't hit it first go; hence, it's not a good route to lead on gear...I tried.
This is between Interface and Protection from the Virus and just right of a 3rd class gully.
A red and green Alien fit the crack above for an anchor. A #4 Camalot could be used to back them up.
|By Jay Eggleston|
Mar 11, 2013
I climbed this route today and did not notice a "slap move". It seemed pretty straight-forward climbing to me. I would bet Leo Paik had the first ascent as there is a lot of other rock to climb at N. Table Mtn.