Type: Trad, TR, 25 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Adam Stackhouse on Mar 18, 2006
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This is a beautiful flake that is clinging on the hidden west side of the Prowe formation. Climbing this takes one up a steep bulging lieback until feet in the crack/flake can come about. Two options for the finish are as follows: continue straight up through a short dihedral (most commonly done) or, where the flake ends/dihedral starts, take a rail out to the left. Here two decent hand holds set one up for a dyno slap to the top, or a tougher yet static move. A mantel to finish this 5.11 variation. Either way, highly recommended


On the west side of the Prowe, in the shade of a tree.


TR, bolts


Noah Fogel
Cbad CA
Noah Fogel   Cbad CA
Beware of pendulum Apr 9, 2012