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A good route with a little of this and that. The climb starts as a left-leaning offset fingercrack for a few moves, then goes thin hands to hands. There are just a enough footholds under the left-leaning offset to keep the grade moderate and gear stances restful. The crux perhaps is an awkward move onto a shelf up top, though we cleaned this ledge to make that move more pleasant and less dangerous.
About 7 meters to the right of this wall's namesake route, you will see a short, left-leaning crack with a tiny plaque at the base, which reads 'The Toss 5.10.'
Fingers to 3", a few of each. The anchors are above a ledge about 15 meters up