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My partner and I climbed this route on 9/1/17. You can break the pitches up into whatever length works for you. The first and last two pitches have a preferred (obvious) line. Pitch 3 was confusing at first. We went up right and then left, guessing this was the weakness in the overlap. Once on top going left it becomes run-out but is low angle friction slab for 15-20 feet.
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Ostap Mishtal
Sep 4, 2017
My partner and I climbed this route on 9/1/17. You can break the pitches up into whatever length works for you. The first and last two pitches have a preferred (obvious) line. Pitch 3 was confusing at first. We went up right and then left, guessing this was the weakness in the overlap. Once on top going left it becomes run-out but is low angle friction slab for 15-20 feet.  

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