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One more move to get the jug top and onto Log Ledge.  The second pitch can be seen above with a crux being a couple of crimp moves off the ledge, then up and right the large chicken head.  Up past 3 bolts and then a delicate traverse right to the bottom of the left facing corner.  You step right on the face just right of the corner and continue up a long way with no pro to the achors.
A sling on this chicken head provides a bit of security but the upcoming moves are up and left which would probably pull it off.  A few similiar balancy mantle/high step moves continue up the wall past 3 bolts.
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Ivan approaching the crux lieback corner at the end of the first pitch.  As suggested, a 4 1/2 cam would nicely protect this corner.  We didn't have anything large so smaller gear below made for an exciting lieback!
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By dnaiscool
Aug 12, 2014

Well put, and this stresses the need for those #4 Camalots...bring two. It may be "only" 5.8, but doing it unprotected is risky...just sayin'...

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Ivan approaching the crux lieback corner at the end of the first pitch. As suggested, a 4 1/2 cam would nicely protect this corner. We didn't have anything large so smaller gear below made for an exciting lieback!

Submitted By: Paul Rezucha on Jun 6, 2006
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Sundance (5.10b 6a+ 19 VII- 19 E2 5b )
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