Unknown wideness to RF tight hands flake
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Scott Robertson climbing the Unkown I.
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A classic desert pitch. Chimney, OW, hands, length. Three stars here at the creek (a bit loose down low) but four stars anywhere else.
Climb a chimney flare with a hand sized crack in the back. Jam past a chockstone with a loose/hollow block on top. Climb hand crack to a wide section (a #5 BD works well here.) Squeeze up and then climb wide #1 Camalots/tight #2 Camalots to an anchor on the left.
Right of Green Eggs and Ham, left of Sweedish Meatballs (about hundred feet?) Starts just left of a pinyon pine. See picture.
1 #5 Camalot
3 #4 ""
1 #3.5 ""
2 #3 ""
3 #2 ""
5 #1 ""
Two ropes. A seventy will not make it down. An eighty probably will.
Another view of Unknown I
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