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Climb the face by attaining the slight j-shaped groove and smearing in this until it runs out, using progressively smaller face holds to make progressively harder and shorter moves on the face above. Though the last portion is ridiculously delicate and involved, the lower sections are worth working on anyway.
(Little Dave has reputedly done this ankle breaker w/out a rope...)
The concave face with a large but faint silver spot in it caused by lichen, about five feet right of the Spiderwalk crack.
By Eli Buzzell
Jan 3, 2015
Wild climb, and the hardest slab in town!
By Chris Irwin
From: Silver Spring, Maryland
Feb 4, 2016
opening move is 5.9, next is 5.10 and so on up to the crux. I heard this was called 5.13b by a 5.13 climber, anyone have any grade recommendations?