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Brian attempting to follow Invisible Touch. Photo...
The route starts near the right end of the wall on Invisibility Lessons. Once past the small roof of that route, go left on the face to some thin cracks which are then followed to the top. You'll find both crack and face moves in the 10b range on this route.
Thin pro to a 2.5 Camalot or equivalent. Small off-set nuts may help.
breaking off from invisibility lessons and startin...
|Comments on Invisible Touch
|By tom donnelly|
Nov 8, 2005
This route is even better than Invisibility Lessons.First you do the crux of Inv. Lessons.But the route is only getting started.The traverse has good enough holds and the uppercracks and seams are excellent.
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Mar 23, 2011
I agree - this route does all of the interesting part of invisibility lessons and then throws in an exciting traverse and techy seams at the top. My favorite route on future games. Leading the traverse could be pretty hairy.
Jan 7, 2013
Took a bad fall without a helmet! Watch out for the techy traverse invisible foot hold and wear your brain bucket!