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Mack Johnson following the first pitch on the second ascent. May, 1980.
I know, this is really the same shot that Pete put up but I like how you can see the changes in the river and trees after 28 years.
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Mack Johnson leading the dihedral pitch (pitch 8 on the topo, pitch 7 in the posted description). Second ascent. May, 1980.
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By Pete Williams
From: Dinosaur, Colorado
Apr 3, 2008

Despite Mike's assessment, I thought this was a fun pitch. We climbed it the same way as described, by heading out left on the slab where it starts to roof out, and then climbing straight up to the lip. I don't remember the face climbing to be particularly lichen covered--but then, I learned to climb in New Hampshire.

By Christopher Jones
From: Denver, Colorado
Feb 25, 2009

This was a very exciting pitch. When you go left onto the face it is a little run out and there really is a lot of lichen.

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Mack Johnson leading the dihedral pitch (pitch 8 on the topo, pitch 7 in the posted description). Second ascent. May, 1980.

Submitted By: Pete Williams on Apr 3, 2008
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