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Chains and bolts at top ledge of Coed Crack. Most chain links appear to be in fine condition, but stay away from the rusty ones at the end. The bolts are drilled firm, but newer chains on the nearby Archbishop are certainly the better option. You'll probably need about 10-15' webbing or cordage in a sliding-X or cordelette rig to keep rope below several sharp edges.
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godfather
Aug 6, 2014
Chains and bolts at top ledge of Coed Crack. Most chain links appear to be in fine condition, but stay away from the rusty ones at the end. The bolts are drilled firm, but newer chains on the nearby Archbishop are certainly the better option. You'll probably need about 10-15' webbing or cordage in a sliding-X or cordelette rig to keep rope below several sharp edges.  

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