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At the arete, if you're tall enough, you can maneuver your feet and reach up to a one joint finger hold. Then traverse left back to the 3rd bolt along the slightly rising thin horizontal crack. If you're too short, the move at the arete must be pretty hard. In any case, a fall from here would be ugly, since the bolt is about 10' to the left.

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At the arete, if you're tall enough, you can maneuver your feet and reach up to a one joint finger hold. Then traverse left back to the 3rd bolt along the slightly rising thin horizontal crack. If you're too short, the move at the arete must be pretty hard. In any case, a fall from here would be ugly, since the bolt is about 10' to the left.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Aug 22, 2004
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East Ridge (5.10 6b 20 VII- E2 5b )
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