Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Forrest Gardner, Rob Robinson, 1985
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Shared By: Rob Dillon on Dec 31, 2006
Admins: Stonyman Killough, Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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If you're a southern tradster looking to expand your horizons west of the Mississippi, you'll need to punch the clock on a few of these before you roll to the Valley.

A classic flare, with a special T-Wall touch--it's bottomless-- provides a workout you won't soon forget. Lucky for you, there's hands --tight ones-- in the back. Skip the tape and they'll go in further, but poor technique will cost you in skin. When the flare peters out into a band of choss, move right to the arete and run for the trees, or tough it out up the seam straight up for added value.

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The flared, hanging chimney staring you in the face as you walk past Passages, etc.

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Green camalots work well in the flare. If your chalk bag extends to your elbow or you remember who Mork was, call 'em '2's.

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