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Pulling the second pitch roof.
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By Davith
From: MD
Nov 14, 2013
5.7?! Doesn't look like it from this point of view. But I trust the grade b/c I haven't done this climb. Great photo!!
By S. Neoh
Nov 16, 2013
The 5.7 part is well below her; a ~120 foot inside corner. P2 is 5.10.
The photo is tipped so everything looks steeper than it actually is.
By Peter Lewis
From: Bridgton, Maine
Sep 10, 2014
This is the 5.10 second pitch. The camera angle makes it look steeper than it is (although it is quite steep enough, thank you very much). Once you reach this point, the pitch is pretty much over--the hands and feet are both great and turning the roof is no big deal (you're actually climbing the face below the roof, and not the roof itself). The crux is, well....down below in all that thinderfulness in the corner. And as I recall (1983), I tied off that bit of grass up near the top of the pic---as a directional.
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Pulling the second pitch roof.

Submitted By: Dan G0D5H411 on Oct 22, 2010
On this route:
Chlitlin Corner (5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b )
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