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Vomitus Maximus: The Monk fought for this onsight for over 45 minutes, through tricky gear, long runouts, and poor rests. 2010
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Stephen Felker
Dec 5, 2012
Vomitus Maximus: The Monk fought for this onsight for over 45 minutes, through tricky gear, long runouts, and poor rests. 2010  
TomCaldwell
Clemson, S.C.
TomCaldwell   Clemson, S.C.
We checked this out after rappelling Stone Wall a few weeks ago. It looks awesome. Where is the R section? It looked like big falls, but safe. I know there is a gap in the bolts about 2/3 of the way up, but I thought there might be some gear in horizontals. Dec 2, 2014
Stephen Felker
Boulder, CO
Stephen Felker   Boulder, CO
You are right- big fall potential but not particularly dangerous. I know you Carolina hardmen aren't so liberal with the R rating, but Andrew is actually pretty runout above the nest of gear in the picture. Then again, these days I start quaking when the pro is at my feet. But seriously, give it a go! With your granite experience you would crush it! Apr 22, 2015
Cameron Cassan
Asheville, NC
Cameron Cassan   Asheville, NC
Although I can understand why it’d be tempting to move left in an onsight, he’s a bit off route in the photo. Easiest and most pure beta stays straight above gear nest. 2 days ago

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