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Denmark transitions into the flake.
This excellent line starts off tough and never really lets up. Sustained and pumpy.
Starting at a thin face, balance your way up on crimpers and small sidepulls to more positive holds (stick clipping is a good idea). Continue up to a shallow roof; traverse left under the root to gain a left-facing flake. Continue up this flake until it peters out, then finesse through a short thin section (crux). Use nice incuts to fire through the steep face up to a slightly overhanging finish.
Starts below a shallow roof about halfway up, about 15' right of Unknown #3.
5-6 bolts; open shut anchors.
By marc girardot
Nov 1, 2011
rating: 5.10b/c 6b 20 VII 20 E2 5b
From: Golden, CO
Apr 16, 2012
I really enjoyed this line and was by far my favorite at the Tea and Crumpets Wall.