One for the Doctor
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Start out of the chimney on the first 3 bolts of "Over Forty" up to the small roof (look for key sinker mono) where it cuts right to the arete, pull directly over the roof (1st crux) on crisp crimps with pitiful smeary feet and into pockets, underclings, and edges up to a great jug stance before the sequential and steep final headwall which is climbed just right of the gold streak on thin pockets (2nd crux) to a juggier finish up the arete to the apex of the wall.
A cerebral route with engaging climbing the whole way and a nice diversity of features--perhaps the finest .11 in Piney.
Shares 1st 3 bolts with "Over Forty" but continues straight up the right-hand wall of the chimney.
9 bolts to chains
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