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Eagle Rock, as seen from the highway. The yellow line indicates TBGSR.  The guano glacier is barely visible as a dark spot in the left-facing dihedral just to the right of the P2 slab.  <br>
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The green line indicates Screaming War Eagle ("@SEMICOLON@10c"@SEMICOLON@), pitch one of which climbed thin cracks in the general line of Eagle Snacks (10d) before its bolts were installed. <br>
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The red line indicates Gross Vogel, an old Pat Ament route, which aided the same thin cracks, then traversed farther right, along the moderately difficult ramp, before climbing left-facing dihedrals.  <br>
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The Frei Vogel (5.9) follows the moderately difficult ramp from near the start of TBGSR, to where it joins GV.  I climbed the FV in the late &@POUND@39@SEMICOLON@70s with Steve Monk.
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George Bracksieck
Aug 9, 2016
Eagle Rock, as seen from the highway. The yellow line indicates TBGSR. The guano glacier is barely visible as a dark spot in the left-facing dihedral just to the right of the P2 slab.

The green line indicates Screaming War Eagle ("10c"), pitch one of which climbed thin cracks in the general line of Eagle Snacks (10d) before its bolts were installed.

The red line indicates Gross Vogel, an old Pat Ament route, which aided the same thin cracks, then traversed farther right, along the moderately difficult ramp, before climbing left-facing dihedrals.

The Frei Vogel (5.9) follows the moderately difficult ramp from near the start of TBGSR, to where it joins GV. I climbed the FV in the late '70s with Steve Monk.  

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