Traditional Trickery [Edit]
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|FA:||Alan Nelson, Alan Bartlett, 3/89|
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|Shared By:||Alan Nelson on Dec 3, 2001|
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Q. What do you get when a couple of old-school trad climbers start setting routes at a sport climbing area? A. Traditional Trickery. The "Traditional" comes from the on-sight, ground-up approach, while the "Trickery" comes from the use of a Hilti powertool. Look for a bolt on the wall about 20' right of "Handyman" and 20' left of "Welcome to Yosemite". Climb past the bolt, supplementing the protection system with an assortment of gear in whatever features you find.
Standard rack to 2.5", one bolt, no anchors.
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