Type: Trad
FA: Unknown, FFA: Tony Yaniro, 1979
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Shared By: Blitzo on Oct 19, 2006
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Description

Originally this climb was the third pitch of "The Fracture" and climbed on aid, but in 1979, Tony Yaniro freed this demanding route producing what at the time was probably the hardest climb in the world.

This was climbed in 1979, and recorded as the first 5.13b/c. Yosemite's "Phoenix" was climbed in some style in 1977, but is generally considered 5.13a.

This starts in an alcove and the route is obvious. Take the Eastern Terrace to this alcove and go for it!

Protection

Thin to 1.5".

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