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I'm placing a good nut on top of a good (currently) fixed nut at the start of the crux. Above this you can get 1 or 2 hand-sized cams, but it's hard to hang out there. The crux is over when your left leg is stemmed out to the small bush on the left. The route continues more easily from there with right side into the corner/chimney and left leg stemming. <br /> <br />You can see from this photo that the big roof that looks almost horizontal from the ground is more like an overhanging corner.
Photo by Luke Clarke. <br /> <br />In the middle of the crux. Awkward hand jamming followed by a long reach to a wide jam and then stem out left. <br /> <br />The exit crack is visible in the orange rock directly above the rightmost of the two bushes.
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Isis is the bright orange dihedral in the bottom right of the image.
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Isis is the bright orange dihedral in the bottom right of the image.

Submitted By: Greg Sievers on Oct 20, 2006
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Isis (5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a )
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