Corner the Market
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Heading up the arete...
A great problem which feels quite serious, as it's highball and a little grainy.
The crux is getting onto the arete, then start laying away on the left of the arete, using the occasional hold on the face as it appears. Eventually the angle falls back, big holds arrive and you can breathe a sign of relief.
Using the block on the right to start makes it V0.
Right hand arete.
Spotters and Pads or TR
By Chris Owen
From: Big Bear Lake
Oct 3, 2011
I'd give it 4 Stars but the rock is a tad gritty.