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Crimson Chrysalis
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John Hegyes
Apr 13, 2005
Crimson Chrysalis  
Adam T.
San Diego, CA
Adam T.   San Diego, CA
Cool picture, but what is the beta here? Is the line up the crack? To the right/left? Thanks. Oct 23, 2014
Benjamin Chapman
Small Town, USA
Benjamin Chapman   Small Town, USA
Adam T...based upon your comments here for "Crimson Chrysalis" you really should pick up a local guidebook and check out the descriptions, as the authors clearly explain where the route goes, and that if you don't do your due diligence you could get hurt. Also, if you read the description of "Crimson Chrysalis" M. Morley clearly indicates the use of the crack, jams, chimney, or corner on P1, P2, P3, P4, and P5. M. Morley doesn't leave too much doubt as to where the route goes. Don't forget to review the description for the details regarding pulling your ropes. Too easy to get your ropes stuck on "Crimson Chrysalis." Then, we'd have to share the beta on how to bivy. Jan 3, 2015

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