I thought the slab pitches (although pretty steep to be called &@POUND@39@SEMICOLON@slab&@POUND@39@SEMICOLON@) were solid and just a move or two of hard face.  But, the last pitch is hard - er.  I found the crux to be about 40&@POUND@39@SEMICOLON@ into it, where you have to traverse some wet footholds, under-clinging some slick rounded holds above.  Then, you step down a long ways, facing a pretty big swing either leading or following.<br>
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The wind, the sound of the sea, not communicating with the belayer, and a few other cool factors go into making this all worth the effort of living the Dream.
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RKM
Sep 1, 2016
I thought the slab pitches (although pretty steep to be called 'slab') were solid and just a move or two of hard face. But, the last pitch is hard - er. I found the crux to be about 40' into it, where you have to traverse some wet footholds, under-clinging some slick rounded holds above. Then, you step down a long ways, facing a pretty big swing either leading or following.

The wind, the sound of the sea, not communicating with the belayer, and a few other cool factors go into making this all worth the effort of living the Dream.

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