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Shared By: Michael Schneiter on Apr 3, 2002
Admins: slim, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, D C

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A few hundred yards to the left of Sinestra in a large, left-facing corner with thin seams on the left wall. Beautiful handjamming in a varnished corner. Enjoy the many face holds for your feet on the left wall, or just ignore them and motor up the crack.

One 60m rope was just barely too short for the rappel. A 70m rope would be perfect.

Great hands in a corner. Start by climbing on top of the broken pillar/ledge and then into great sustained hands in the corner with stemming and jamming possible between the corner and the small splitter on the face to the left.

Protection Suggest change

Mostly #2.5 Friends.

Several gold Camalots, a couple reds and the book says blue Camalots but you can get by without.

Location Suggest change

A minute or two walk left from Sinestra, where the cliffband turns to a more southern aspect for a bit. This is the next route left of Pull Left.

Climbs the hand crack in the left-facing corner with another, smaller splitter on the face to the left. Starts above a broken pillar/ledge.

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