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Climb the center of the overhang from a sit, requiring a long move/dyno to reach the juggy lip and a slightly tenuous mantel move to gain the slab above. Either drop off here, or scramble up the 5.5 ledges above (highball) and exit easily left on the walk-off ledge that forms the top of Ow Now.
V0 version: climb the left side using jugs to reach same finish
V1 version: layback the right side, also finishing at the top of the overhang.
This is the first overhang/bulge from the left side of the wall.
Pads and spotter
|By Owen Summerscales|
From: Los Alamos, NM
Dec 9, 2012
The V0 version of this is listed as a trad route (!!) "Unnamed 5.8+". No one AFAIK climbs this with a rope.