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Jason Seaver, taking it cool & calm in the "n...
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By Alex Shainman
From: Boulder, CO
Sep 4, 2011
I climbed maybe 20' to the right, straight up the thin black streak and directly below the next pitch dihedral...felt 5.6+ to me.
By jason seaver
From: Estes Park, CO
Sep 5, 2011
I'm quite sure the line you took is the proper one then. I remember getting to the the start of the sloping ledge at the end of this pitch and having to traverse right on the thinnest climbing of the pitch. Felt like 8+ friction.
By justin dubois
From: Estes Park
Sep 6, 2011
Ugh.... I still get queasy thinking about that traverse you did 200' out. One cool customer is Mr. Seaver. That was surely one of our better days in the hills, eh?
By Alex Shainman
From: Boulder, CO
Sep 6, 2011
I looked at the way you went, actually my partner followed that way. It was a crap shoot, haha. Luckily the rock was sound and relatively easy, eh!

Ithaca's a cool continuous line, I thought!
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Jason Seaver, taking it cool & calm in the "no-fall zone" on pitch 1.

Submitted By: justin dubois on Aug 2, 2009
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Ithaca (5.12a 7a+ 25 VIII+ 25 E5 6a )
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