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Unknown climber following the gorgeous P4 5.9 pitch.
Kreighton Bieger on the Direct South Ridge. This pitch departs from the Spiral Route and is the first real pitch of DSR. The overhang above Kreighton's helmet is climbed on the next pitch and is the crux of the lower part of the route.
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Approaching the ceiling on P2. The hand crack is great and hand-friendly. There are good stances if you need to slide up your gear. I used two #1/red Camalots above the lip of the roof. <br /> <br />Photo by Luke Clarke.
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By Stich
From: Colorado Springs, Colorado
Sep 20, 2009

It's more of a fist crack, but it is friendly due to having some calcite deposits that are smoothed over.

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Approaching the ceiling on P2. The hand crack is great and hand-friendly. There are good stances if you need to slide up your gear. I used two #1/red Camalots above the lip of the roof.

Photo by Luke Clarke.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Jul 24, 2005
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Direct South Ridge (5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a )
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