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Topo showing how we pitched out Syke's.  Note that it is possible (and perhaps more common) to stay farther left on the lower portion of the runout slab (P2-P3), then angle back right across the slab higher up to reach the flakes below the giant Syke's dihedral.

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Topo showing how we pitched out Syke's. Note that it is possible (and perhaps more common) to stay farther left on the lower portion of the runout slab (P2-P3), then angle back right across the slab higher up to reach the flakes below the giant Syke's dihedral.

Submitted By: Kenan on Jul 21, 2012
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Syke's Sickle (5.9+ 5c 17 VI E1 5a )