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This climbs better than it looks. The crack is pretty wide but not many jams are needed. There are face holds that are good for stemming and it is possible to chimney between the dihedral walls. At the roof, step to the left and climb a few moves to the anchors on Smear Me a Beer.
This is the crack set in a open book dihedral between Smear Me a Beer and This Ain't Naturita Pilgrim. The crack is capped by a roof. Descend from the anchor on Smear Me a Beer.
Standard rack. A #4 Camalot was nice to have on this one. Anchors are on Smear Me a Beer.
Nice hand jams in the back of the dihedral with ch...