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I'm at what was for me the second crux. Getting past this left facing corner involved some tricky stemming and face moves. Above this is a hand crack overhang leading to fists and then wider, the official crux. Don't do what I did and place your only big piece (#4 Camalot) in the pod below the hand crack. The first crux for me was the right facing corner at the bottom of the photo. A perfect hand crack ends, and then what? It took me many ups and downs to determine that. <br /> <br />Photo by Lenny Miller.
Lenny's moving into the corner on the 3rd pitch. There's some loose rock to deal with getting to this point.
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Getting gear for the P3 9+ crux. The corner is steep and pretty blank with thin but adequate gear. Lenny stemmed it with not much of anything for feet and hands. I used a mono+ doigt (1+ tips) on the right face and high stepped.
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Getting gear for the P3 9+ crux. The corner is steep and pretty blank with thin but adequate gear. Lenny stemmed it with not much of anything for feet and hands. I used a mono+ doigt (1+ tips) on the right face and high stepped.

Submitted By: Ivan Rezucha on Sep 6, 2005
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Beagle's Ear (5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c )
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