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Bill Briggs leading the runout final pitch.
Chuck looking totally casual at the crux. The blindly placed micro cam is at the base of the shallow corrner at Chuck's waist. Chuck climbed directly up from here, with one foot on each side of the corner. Getting to this stance from the flake down and right is hard enough that I didn't want to do that following, so I instead climbed further right. The way Chuck climbed it is easier.
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At the middle of the traverse at the end of P1. This downward traverse is wild. The rock is funky, but there's plenty of fixed pins to make it safe.
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At the middle of the traverse at the end of P1. This downward traverse is wild. The rock is funky, but there's plenty of fixed pins to make it safe.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Mar 7, 2005
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Super Slab (5.10+ 6b+ 21 VII+ 20 E3 5b )
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