Master of Disaster
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This is a short but fairly sustained right facing dihedral crack formed out of a semi-detached block. Wide hands lead to a more technical, thinner crux top out. Where you find the crux will probably depend on your strong suit. The classic bedroom refrain of "if only it were longer" fully applies to this stubby specimen.
Second to last climb on the far right side of Eagle Lake Cliff
fingers to 3.5", rap anchor shared with Learn to Fly
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