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Bill Briggs at the start of the direct start to the third pitch.
Following P1 10a. Above the 10a roof, this  pitch has a spot or two of 5.9 with sparse but adequate gear. The rock is pretty clean despite all the green in this photo.
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The now-standard 10d Three Old Farts variation starts from the lower right of the photo and climbs the roof and steep face above at the black rock. See Three Old Farts for more photos of this pitch. <br /> <br />The standard Psychosis P2 starts out of the photo on the left and continues up the lighter black rock to the big right facing corner. This pitch is steep and exciting and features some very thumpy flakes. <br /> <br />The 11a last pitch of Psychosis is the crack through the roof at the top center of the photo. <br /> <br />Further left, out of the photo, is the 2nd pitch of Neurosis, also good at about 9+ steep with much better rock than the standard Psychosis P2.
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The now-standard 10d Three Old Farts variation starts from the lower right of the photo and climbs the roof and steep face above at the black rock. See Three Old Farts for more photos of this pitch.

The standard Psychosis P2 starts out of the photo on the left and continues up the lighter black rock to the big right facing corner. This pitch is steep and exciting and features some very thumpy flakes.

The 11a last pitch of Psychosis is the crack through the roof at the top center of the photo.

Further left, out of the photo, is the 2nd pitch of Neurosis, also good at about 9+ steep with much better rock than the standard Psychosis P2.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Jul 26, 2004
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Psychosis (5.10d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b PG13 )
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