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Isis is the bright orange dihedral in the bottom right of the image.
Joseffa Meir figures out how to avoid the wide section of jamming on 'Isis (10a)' at Lumpy Ridge. Photo by Tony Bubb, 2005.
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Photo by Luke Clarke. <br /> <br />In the middle of the crux. Awkward hand jamming followed by a long reach to a wide jam and then stem out left. <br /> <br />The exit crack is visible in the orange rock directly above the rightmost of the two bushes.
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Photo by Luke Clarke.

In the middle of the crux. Awkward hand jamming followed by a long reach to a wide jam and then stem out left.

The exit crack is visible in the orange rock directly above the rightmost of the two bushes.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Jul 11, 2004
On this route:
Isis (5.10a 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a )
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