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Taken in 11/04, this photo shows the damage to soft rock caused by the friction of rope when lowering or TRing this route.
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Stymingersfink
Dec 24, 2007
Taken in 11/04, this photo shows the damage to soft rock caused by the friction of rope when lowering or TRing this route.  
matthew
Gunnison, Colorado
matthew   Gunnison, Colorado
Or you know, you could rap off. Nov 25, 2014
Perhaps alternatively, the anchor could be removed from where it's located 10' above this corner edge, to the right of this corner itself? Dec 24, 2007
The rope, if left to thread into the crack, will push any cam as far back inside as the cam will allow, making it's retrieval impossible.

IMHO, a bolt should be place in the low right edge of this pic (out of the way but within reach of the leader), to help alleviate further damage to the roof edge, as well as issues with potentially stuck gear. Dec 24, 2007

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