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By J. Thompson From: denver, co May 31, 2008
If you look closely you will glean some Beta from this photo....it makes the crux considerably easier. But I'm not going to reveal what it is, exactly.
Photo is by Marc Vilaplana Traveria.
By manuel rangel From: Tempe, Arizona Jul 9, 2008
Marc has a nice eye. We gotta go visit him.
By J. Thompson From: denver, co Jul 23, 2008
How's things Bro? You're welcome anytime in my neck of the woods!
By James Beissel From: Boulder, CO Sep 8, 2009
You are standing on the rope so you can get a no hands rest????!!!???
By J. Thompson From: denver, co Sep 10, 2009
Your mom stands on the rope! You and me Crack of fear this fall?
By Chris O'Connor From: bouldertown, co Mar 26, 2011
1st I love this climb!!! What a awesome pic! you guys did an awesome job getting the pic and the flash! The beta looks like a kneebar to me??? I'm stoked to get out there again and thrash through the wide hands section before this awesome crux spot!
By Charles Vernon From: Tucson, AZ Mar 27, 2011
The really crazy thing about this photo is that he's still got a couple of #3 camalots on his harness!!
By J. Thompson From: denver, co Mar 27, 2011
You're not supposed to give the Beta away! I barely knew the guy taking this photo. There was zero set up, he was just climbing in a party ahead of me. Hey Charles..I had 6, but found 4 to be plenty. I have fairly big hands and found the "wide hands" section to be very solid. In fact I found the whole route to be pretty solid! Cheers, josh
By gf9318 Feb 17, 2014
Kneebarring would have been nice... I recall desperate undercling on skittery calcite flake to mini dyno.
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5.0 from 6 votes
Josh Thompson Onsighting the crux.
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