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<em>Whatever Happens...Happens</em>
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Perin Blanchard
Oct 15, 2007
Whatever Happens...Happens  
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Quick question after climbing this route last weekend. From this pic, it looks like the intended route was to stay just left of the last bolt with your right hand on the patina rail and climb the vertical face. When looking up at features around that bolt, it looked more positive to stay just right of the last bolt with your left hand on the patina rail pulling the roof. So, that's what I did and it felt a bit harder than the 5.9 rating it garners. Thoughts? Apr 24, 2017
grk10vq    
its hard to say if that was the intended line? its even harder to say how you determined it's intention from this approximate photo? staying left on that vertical face is how we climbed it. we did this on gear, in one pitch, skipping the belay and staying left of the last bolt. its the most natural line, offers good protection and has the least amount of drag. it sounds similar to what you describe. as far as the rating goes? yeah, going right through that roof is easily about 5.925 Apr 24, 2017

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