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Sustained, technical sidepulling along a continuous feature with a high crux makes this one of the best of its grade at the Milks. Follow the right-trending weakness to a hard move reaching out right and shooting to the lip.
Just to the left of the popular blobs of Seven Spanish Angels. Downclimb the opposite side of the boulder.
The landing is pretty nasty - a big slabby rock whose edge sits right where a climber is likely to fall. I peeled off and badly sprained my foot (one foot onto the pad, the other toe-first into the pea gravel!) Cuidado.