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Jul 12, 2011
|The namesake seems to be the only route worth doing here. There's a 5.6 crack on the left to warm up on,|
By Peter Arndt
Jul 13, 2011
Have eyed this climb a number of times over the years. Thanx for the motivation Nick.
A) An American version of limberger cheese.
B) A German cultural and musical society.
I wonder which of these the formation/climb was named for?