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The womb fight may be one of the most memorable pi...
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By Rob Dillon
Jun 5, 2007
You know, if you rotated that it might actually look like a decent pitch.
By Olaf Mitchell
From: Paia, Maui, Hi,
Jun 5, 2007
Hey Rob, I am sure that after your ascent of any one of the fabulous routes that terminates via this magnificent grovel, you wouldn't want this image turned any way but the way it is projected!

As I recall this section of stone, the level of wide-eyed, ass-puckering exposure, combined with the open-gated adrenalin flow from all the hard pitches that I had negotiated, compounded with the anticipation of the ice-cold medication in my cooler, created quite a magical crescendo!
By Rob Dillon
Aug 29, 2007
THAT'S what that stuff was! I thought it was guano.

You do sort of climb the thing like a dog on someone's leg....
By reboot
From: Westminster, CO
Aug 30, 2007
The exit is the right-leaning crack (5.9) in the picture.
By Rob DeZonia
Sep 2, 2011
This pitch is an awesome novelty pitch.
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The womb fight may be one of the most memorable pitches of your life.

Submitted By: Jesse Bernier on May 29, 2007
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Stoned Oven (5.11c 6c+ 24 VIII- 24 E4 6a )
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