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|Type:||Trad, TR, 70 ft|
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|Shared By:||George Perkins on Mar 14, 2008|
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DescriptionClimb blocks to a finger crack on a right-leaning ramp, place good pro and mantle onto a fin (crux). Follow the easy handcrack up to the obvious left-trending flake. Undercling/lieback out left on this flake to the top. (A popular toprope variation is to step left as soon as you can after the mantle and climb the crimpy face and avoid using the flake).
A Direct Start variation (#11 in the photo) reaches the pedestal/prow from the right side- it's also .10a with pro that's better than it looks from the ground.
LocationThis climb is in the middle of the ONP, and is route 10 in
The big left trending undercling flake up high is obvious.
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