Jaceks on Putterman
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BETA PHOTO: Jaceks' new route on north-east face of Putterman ...
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Second route on the tower, first from the bottom of the tower.
1-st pitch 100' 5.10 corner to sandy/loose crux C1 (5.11 on TR) to ledges; possible class 2-4 traverse to right;
2-nd pitch 110' OW 5.10 and easy chimney to ledge;
3-rd pitch 50' overhang start C1 (for cleaning, possible 5.11) to grove/chimney/bowl to loose rock below the summit;
Middle of the North-East wall of Putterman in a Bathtub, straight to the top.
Standard desert, useful 1-2 pcs of 5", natural belay excluding last one below summit. No iron, hammer, drill on first ascent.
Descent 10' from summit to bolts on standard route. First rap 50', second 200' (from standard anchores) to the ground.
Jacek "Malory" Lupina after new route on...