Unknown Crack Climb
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On the left side of the south face of Taj Mahal is a striking, right-curving flake/corner. This is an excellent climb involving finger locks through locker hand jams. The climbing is awkwardly strenuous at times, utilizing tenuous, right foot smears on the face. Short sections of cranking are rewarded with decent stances.
We replaced the bolt hangers at the top of the route with some Fixe rings to remove the tat and bad bronze colored SMC hangers. A 70M rope is just right.
South Face, in the middle of a steep prominent slab.
Full rack from small/ medium nuts to #4 Friend. The #4 is helpful near the start of the route to protect the pull over a bulge to get established in the corner.
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