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Aftershock wall is far bigger than it looks, perhaps around 400'. Living On The Edge climbs the obvious left-leaning arete down low, then goes up and left onto a slab and up some bulges high on the wall to top out.

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Aftershock wall is far bigger than it looks, perhaps around 400'. Living On The Edge climbs the obvious left-leaning arete down low, then goes up and left onto a slab and up some bulges high on the wall to top out.

Submitted By: Tony B on Jun 16, 2007