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The crux comes early right after you clip the first bolt and try to figure out how to pull through the awkward, wide crack bulge at 10 feet up. Once above that, enjoy nice stemming up the bolted crack/dihedral to one final steep move over the chockstone at the tope.
The far right side of the Secteur Emoro. This is the obvious bolted dihedral/crack. The words "La No" are painted on the rock at the base.
7 bolts to a bolts/chain anchor. A bolt out wide right at the top before the anchor is nice to use to keep the rope out of the crack.