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Jon McCartie mid-crux on Diagnostics.  If the first 15 feet of this route went on for a hundred or so, it would be quite the classic.  Alas, it suffers from the JTree "if only it were longer" syndrome.
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Adam Kimmerly
May 6, 2007
Jon McCartie mid-crux on Diagnostics. If the first 15 feet of this route went on for a hundred or so, it would be quite the classic. Alas, it suffers from the JTree "if only it were longer" syndrome.  
Avery N
Boulder, CO
Avery N   Boulder, CO
That does look burly, but the cams defying gravity might give your secret away! Oct 12, 2007
Thanks, and as Susan said, it's not as steep as it looks. It's basically vertical with the right wall is slightly overhung and the left wall is slightly slabby to a vertical bulge at the crux section. May 7, 2007
susan peplow
Joshua Tree
susan peplow   Joshua Tree
Wow, great photo. I've done the route and it's not really as steep as the photo suggests. You guys really captured a nice angle with that one. Good on ya!

~Susan May 7, 2007

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