Shifting to headpoint in the middle of a Model Worker redpoint.  <br>
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K Miller is about to clip an upside down knifeblade(left draw) and two opposed, brass, micro-nuts(right draw). This crux pro is all delicately slipped under a thin flake that eventually requires yarding on like the Incredible Hulk. <br>
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Only needed a small hit of traditude since there's an unseen bolt at Kirk's waste. <br>
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K Trout
Jul 20, 2006
Shifting to headpoint in the middle of a Model Worker redpoint.

K Miller is about to clip an upside down knifeblade(left draw) and two opposed, brass, micro-nuts(right draw). This crux pro is all delicately slipped under a thin flake that eventually requires yarding on like the Incredible Hulk.

Only needed a small hit of traditude since there's an unseen bolt at Kirk's waste.


Drewsky  
The piton is fairly solid and the bolt is close enough that if you were to pull the piton during a fall you would still be fine. Dec 28, 2008
Gabe S  
Piton was replaced with a bolt in 2011. Piton pulled out on a lead fall. Bolt was placed because a new piton would have broken the flake, changing the dynamic of the route. Mar 25, 2013

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