There are a few ways to surmount the summit block: a 5.10 offwidth around left (guidebook said it was around right which is a typo), a 5.10 on the prow, and a 5.6 around to the right. The prow looked a bit hard to protect, so we went around right, looking for the offwidth. Not finding the offwidth (since it was actually around left), we went up the 5.6 crack.
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Steph Abegg
Jul 1, 2017
There are a few ways to surmount the summit block: a 5.10 offwidth around left (guidebook said it was around right which is a typo), a 5.10 on the prow, and a 5.6 around to the right. The prow looked a bit hard to protect, so we went around right, looking for the offwidth. Not finding the offwidth (since it was actually around left), we went up the 5.6 crack.

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There are a few ways to surmount the summit block: a 5.10 offwidth around left (guidebook said it was around right which is a typo), a 5.10 on the prow, and a 5.6 around to the right. The prow looked a bit hard to protect, so we went around right, looking for the offwidth. Not finding the offwidth (since it was actually around left), we went up the 5.6 crack.