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Not exactly an action shot, but this shows the route from the belay. Notice Lenny's twin 7.x dental floss ropes. <br /> <br />Photo by Lenny Miller.
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.
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The route climbs the right- and then left-facing corners at the center of the photo. It starts [from] the ledge visible above the smaller trees at the bottom left of the photo. This wall of Mickey Mouse is known as The Shield. Lifestream 11a is the arete to [the] left of Beagle's Ear. The large left facing corner left of that (not visible) is Eagle's Bier 5.9. Just left of Beagle's Ear is Zen Effects 12b. Right of Beagle's Ear in the photo are at least 2 other routes whose names I don't recall.
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The route climbs the right- and then left-facing corners at the center of the photo. It starts [from] the ledge visible above the smaller trees at the bottom left of the photo. This wall of Mickey Mouse is known as The Shield. Lifestream 11a is the arete to [the] left of Beagle's Ear. The large left facing corner left of that (not visible) is Eagle's Bier 5.9. Just left of Beagle's Ear is Zen Effects 12b. Right of Beagle's Ear in the photo are at least 2 other routes whose names I don't recall.

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