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The tiny, hanging, lieback dihedral.
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This line has this lone bolt at a tiny, hanging dihedral that makes you wonder why it's there. Ah, it's the lieback move...doh.
Move up a bit of loose, blocky terrain to gain this tiny, hanging dihedral lieback. Clip the bolt. Now, for the crux move...where you try to pull aboard without barndooring off. Wind and/or rain may make this feel 11- like it did to me. Pass a chopped bolt (why?) and blocky terrain to gain a ledge. Move up into a lieback crack passing a bolt without a hanger and finish at a 2 bolt anchor with chains.
There is a bolt on the overhanging side of a chunk of rock to the right. The climbing does not naturally go there, so I think it is supposed to be a different route.
Obviously, this is not the real name of this climb. If you have info about the climb, let me know and I can update this. Thanks!
This is the fourth route from the left at the Mine Hole Crag and goes up along this tiny, hanging dihedral with a bolt. It is maybe 60 feet left of the mine hole.
A light rack to a #3 Camalot, 1 bolt, and a 2 bolt anchor.
There is an unpatched, chopped bolt and another bolt without a hanger on this line.