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On the black left facing P6 corner. This pitch looks like junk, but it's good and hard. The left wall is smooth (my foot's on the only big hold), so you're forced to face into the steep corner. There's one particularly hard move about 2/3 up. After this some fun and safe moderate pegmatite leads up and then right to the summit slabs.<br>
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Ivan Rezucha
Oct 17, 2005
On the black left facing P6 corner. This pitch looks like junk, but it's good and hard. The left wall is smooth (my foot's on the only big hold), so you're forced to face into the steep corner. There's one particularly hard move about 2/3 up. After this some fun and safe moderate pegmatite leads up and then right to the summit slabs.

Photo by Luke Clarke.  
Jeff Stephens
Carbondale, CO
Jeff Stephens   Carbondale, CO
Making the move to this stance was the crux of the climb for me. I found pulling into the dihedral from the large sloping ledge at its base to be seriously awkward. You have to face the right wall to use the crack in the corner, which is slightly past vertical with nothing for feet. The black left wall is pretty smooth. I kept falling back onto the ledge as I struggled with this move. On toprope. Like the caption says, this dihedral is good and hard. Sep 27, 2008

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