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BETA PHOTO: Syzygy and Dyzygy variation.
30 feet left of Morning's Morning you'll see a big black roof. Sysygy climbs easy rock to the base of the roof, then turns the roof on the left with good holds. The face climbing crux comes just after the roof (protect with nut), then follow the sweet crack to the top.
Nuts, double cams to #3 Camalot.
|By Larry Coats|
Oct 28, 2007
First ascent Scott Baxter, Lee Dexter, late 60's. Named for an astromical alignment of planets.
|By Greg DeMatteo|
From: W. Lebanon, NH
Apr 14, 2008
A very distinctive route with great climbing.
|By Paul Davidson|
Oct 7, 2008
A nice variation, Dyzygy, follows the harder exit to the right.
After you do the Syzygy crux, follow the right angling crack for a harder exit. See pic, a very worthwhile climb.
Me and Haisley (I think) 79/80...