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Shared By: bbrock on Mar 22, 2007
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Starts about 15 feet to the left of Infinite Pursuit.
P-1 10b/c At the start, move left and then back into the crack for the 10 way or take it staight on for something alot harder Follow a beautiful short right-leaning finger crack to a large ledge.
P-2 11a Follow super thin crack straight up with pro or move right to easier moves with no pro. Up through roofy bulges to anchors.

Protection

Standard rack

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Jeff Mekolites
ATL GA
 
Jeff Mekolites   ATL GA
 
This can also be done in one long pitch. Great! Feb 14, 2010
kck
kck  
The blocks to the right of the crack at the start is actually detached. I put a #4 cam above it and weighted it and it moved. Extremely scary. Feels solid enough to pull and stand on it otherwise, but I would advise not putting any gear above that and make sure your belayer isn't under it.

At the top before the final roof pull I couldn't commit to it. Anyone know the correct way to go? Slightly to the right or slightly to the left? On the right it looks easier and more chalked up but then it blanks out after you commit - no chalk and gear. On the left there is a place for a #2 C4 but getting there is a bit tenuous and there isn't much chalk going that way. Up higher it looks like many more features for holds than going on the right. Nov 26, 2015