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A small dihedral with a tips crack widens to fingers before petering out onto a featureless slab past several bolts to a 2-bolt anchor.
The climb isn't terribly steep, allowing for a great deal of smearing and face climbing even in the crack-protected section.
A few hundred feet east of the Royal Arches route, and roughly 30-40' east of Poker Face.
Small cams and medium nuts for the crack section, and draws after that.
Mar 7, 2012
FA: Chris Cantwell, 1980