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BETA PHOTO: Huge right facing dihedral with a roof.
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Climb mainly off-fingers up a right-facing corner to a roof. Pull through the roof and continue a short ways to the chains. Good route despite the fact it's often sandy.
This is the obvious corner crack that leads to a roof, right when the approach trail reaches the cliff. It is just to the left of The Felcher
(2) #.4 Camalots, (5) #.5 Camalots, (3) #.75 Camalots (1) #1 & #2 Camalot.
By Michael Sokoloff
From: Spokane, WA
Sep 28, 2008
Pretty mellow (hard 10ish) for the first half. After that the footholds disappear and it turns into a solid but pumpy lieback. The roof moves are flat out awesome. Don't try to convince yourself that you are "getting it back" at the awkward "rest" at the base of the roof. I used 5 #0.5 Camelots for this route.