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|FA:||Glen Cilley, 1992|
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|Shared By:||Patrick Bagley on Oct 25, 2006 · Updates|
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If you have one, clip the first bolt with a long draw (it's easy to back clip here, watch out.) After hauling rails and jugs, climber can be stymied by dead ending sucker holds and an inobvious crux about half way up the climb. If you are scared by the run out directly below the chains you are probably forgetting to stem or jam.
[The 2001 guidebook lists 5 bolts to the top clips, but a 6th bolt may have been added. As always, more draws on your rack is better than too few. COMMENTs suggest a long draw for bolt #1.]