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Really fun, varied climbing. Stemming and liebacking up a low-angle dihedral leads to an awesome overhanging fingers/face climbing finish atypical of the Gally. Seems to have cleaned up nicely.
Right side of the south face of the Waltz's first tier. Obvious left-facing dihedral.
A good range of cams and stoppers from fingers to hands, mostly fingers. Two bolt chain anchor on top of the pitch. A 70 works best for lowering/TRing, but a 60 could probably work with some minor trickery.