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Triceratops runs straight up the middle of this photo.  The bulge can be seen towards the top of the route.  T-Rect is just to the left of Triceratops, and starts by running leftwards from near the center bottom of the photo and then veering rightwards in the small runnel seen at the top left portion of the photo.  T-Rect has a relatively long run-out between bolts 2 and 3, with the potential for a ground fall, which can be eliminated or mitigated by using trad gear in a crack between these two bolts.  Triceratops and T-Rect have different two-bolt anchors separated by about 40 feet at the top.  Both routes are about 80 feet long.
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Tom Woods
Sep 1, 2008
Triceratops runs straight up the middle of this photo. The bulge can be seen towards the top of the route. T-Rect is just to the left of Triceratops, and starts by running leftwards from near the center bottom of the photo and then veering rightwards in the small runnel seen at the top left portion of the photo. T-Rect has a relatively long run-out between bolts 2 and 3, with the potential for a ground fall, which can be eliminated or mitigated by using trad gear in a crack between these two bolts. Triceratops and T-Rect have different two-bolt anchors separated by about 40 feet at the top. Both routes are about 80 feet long.  

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