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Start with the heavily chalked angling crimper rig...
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Climbs the same line as Scoopula, only start with the right hand on the angled crimp about 8 feet off the ground and left on a lower sloping crimper. Bust a move and establish yourself on the crimp rail in the scoop, then to the arete and finally dynoing for the lip.
Good conditions will most certainly help. Book says V8 but there ain't no way.
Multiple pads and a spotter would be nice. The dyno will send you fly'n.
By Christian Prellwitz
From: Telluride, CO
Jan 1, 2013
Is this a jump start to the left hand crimp rail? Or do you actually have to pull off the ground statically and then go to the crimp rail?