Type: TR
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Bingman on Nov 15, 2007
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Climb straight up the corner, finishing on the left side of the arete.


Start is the same place as Deuchler's Corner Right - on the left side of the corner to the left of Batman. Don't break out right on the corner.


Toprope off trees and small TCU's or Stoppers (longer webbing is nice for this corner).


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randy baum
Minneapolis, MN
randy baum   Minneapolis, MN
anyone know what the rating for beginning the corner on its right side, just to the left of the start of batman?

this start begins with a high right-hand crimp. you smear with your right foot and either toe hook or smear the corner with your left. the route then goes straight up the corner, working off slopey holds, a few side pulls, and a small crimp high and to the right. the feet are difficult to find and stick. i think the rating should be around v2/5.10d or so. easier for taller people. Sep 21, 2008
I tried this when I first started climbing, around 2002, and was baffled by the start.
Years later, I set up a tr on this, and did as many variations of the routes left of batman as I could come up with. It's hard to say for sure, but they all seemed to be between 11a and 11d, I think, depending on which holds you omit, what you link, etc. I think it's perfectly possible to find a v5 sequence, or a 5.12 variation on this face. I can't remember it specifically, but I remember linking the toughest moves of the bottom with the toughest moves of the top, and thinking it was pretty tough (11+ or 12- maybe). Oct 10, 2010