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the right side of Thin Air face with a great view of the Standard Route chimney... A guide and client are in the upper left on Thin Air...
This is pitch 2, the Thin Air Traverse. I understand there used to be a few pitons along the traverse. These are no longer there but the route is easy to protect. Guide book says it's easiest to step down from the pedastal belay station at the end of p1, and then work you way up and across along a series of horizontal cracks to the cold shut belay station at the end of p2. some people run p2 and p3 together, but I didn't as I was with my 12-year-old daughter and wanted to be close to her on the traverse.
The Thin Air Face as seen from Recompense (5.9)....
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The Thin Air Face as seen from Recompense (5.9)....

Submitted By: lee hansche on Apr 27, 2007
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