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This route climbs a beautiful pillar. It starts a little uncomfortable, jumping in and out of a large crack to clip bolts on the face. After the second bolt it traverses left across the face on some painful "cheese grater rock" and then uses the left arete and face to climb the rest. The top is very cool, hugging the pillar's two aretes to make the anchors. Watch out for that flash pump near the top.
This is to the left of "Thank Heaven for Little Girls", and just behind "Suspender Man".
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|By Armand Alexeev|
Jul 11, 2012
Not sure where the digression takes place, but according to the D'Antonio guide this route goes at 11b, it's not. Nor is it 10a, at least how I climbed it. Felt like a really fun 10c. There is a good deal to play with on this route. Everything from crack to pockets to straight compression climbing with toe hooks n all. Very fun!