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Tony Angelis enjoys a very long cruise on TR (possible with two ropes tied together). It was incredibly windy on this particular day, and fist-sized rubble was continually getting blown off the top and raining down on us. The long approach must've been why we hung out there long enough to do the climb.
Jungle Jane from Alabama gettin' the hang of it!
Nearing the top of the route. Great, sustained jamming the whole way.
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By D Snyder
From: Virgin, Utah
Sep 28, 2008

So did you have enough gear for that route or did you end up running it like most? Great route for sure.

By Jason Halladay
From: Los Alamos, NM
Sep 29, 2008

Hey Dan, we planned ahead for this one and there were four of us on the trip borrowing gold camalots from our friends. So we were able to protect it well. My right foot was killing me at the end, though, from all the sustained foot jamming.

By D Snyder
From: Virgin, Utah
Oct 13, 2008

Sorry for the late reply Jason, I don't check this site as much. Yeah, I had heard from other friends that the bunny slope ate up cams so I had plenty too. Know what you mean about the right foot getting worked. hahaha.

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Nearing the top of the route. Great, sustained jamming the whole way.

Submitted By: Jason Halladay on Sep 16, 2008
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