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Looking down the first pitch.  The crack in the foreground eventually delineates the arch.<br>
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From this belay stance you can squeeze down through the crack and reach the underside of the arch and hiking territory.  How do I know that?  Because I did it in the opposite direction before the climb, we hiked up under the arch, and I squeezed through the crack and out onto the face, the exact spot I ended up belaying.
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George Bell
Oct 26, 2015
Looking down the first pitch. The crack in the foreground eventually delineates the arch.

From this belay stance you can squeeze down through the crack and reach the underside of the arch and hiking territory. How do I know that? Because I did it in the opposite direction before the climb, we hiked up under the arch, and I squeezed through the crack and out onto the face, the exact spot I ended up belaying.  

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Looking down the first pitch.  The crack in the foreground eventually delineates the arch.<br>
<br>
From this belay stance you can squeeze down through the crack and reach the underside of the arch and hiking territory.  How do I know that?  Because I did it in the opposite direction before the climb, we hiked up under the arch, and I squeezed through the crack and out onto the face, the exact spot I ended up belaying.