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BETA PHOTO: An overview picture of the route.
Sit start on the bottom left of the arete with hands on the large pocket and feet on the rail underneath. Any and all feet in the underside are on. Follow pockets/jugs along and above the arete to the right. Top on on the jug near the end of the arete that is almost at the top. The rail above the pockets midway through the problem is off.
On the backside (uphill) of the Chip and Dale boulder along the arete. Across the boulder from the Chips route.
Two crash pads should be good.
BETA PHOTO: Holds and route.
BETA PHOTO: Top out
|Comments on Minnesota Woodchipper
|By Jake Dunn|
From: Minneapolis, MN
Mar 18, 2012
Spotters are nice as there is some potential for an awkward fall. Staying true to the arete makes this at least a grade harder.