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FA: Henry Barber october 1st 1972
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Shared By: Lee Hansche on Aug 23, 2007
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I really enjoyed this climb. The only downside was its somewhat short length. If it had another pitch on top of this one it might get a little more credit. I'd say its best attributes were nice jamming interesting moves and the best knee-bar I've found at Cathedral, right where you would want it in the crux.

Start up the obvious corner and in to some nice cracks to the awkward roof crux. There is a direct version that heads straight up and out the roof; however, you can traverse under the roof somewhat strenuously past the knee-bar that I love so much and on to a nice stance. A few more crack moves lead you to the first belay on Lower Refuse.

Continue up Refuse or lower off of the thread anchor (which was a bit tattered as of this post).


Brown's fist climbs the big corner capped by a roof in front of you as you hike up the trail.


I found a regular rack up to #3 cam to work fine but bigger stuff could be used if that's your thing.