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T-Rizzle hanging in there
This climbs the prominent arete between Crescent Crack and The Great Chockstone. A fun romp up this arete. It starts on a thin ledge then moves up with some finger moves. Continue up the arete, using a couple of mantles. Pop over the really thin moves before the large ledge. Then the final 2 bolt-stretch requires creativity and a good eye.
2 bolts at the top and 6 draws for the climb.
Multiplicity arete in December.
Pic by GRK
Multiplicity climbs the arete.
Jun 19, 2007
There is a boulder problem at or near each bolt. Its a nice way to get a quick slab in after Mexican, and a nice way to break into .10 slabs because its so well protected.
From: Salt Lake City, UT
May 17, 2011
Well protected and very good moves! Each "boulder" problem seems to get a little more difficult.