Type: Sport, TR, 80 ft
FA: peter beal, ...... jim surette
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Shared By: john strand on Mar 16, 2010
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Description

What a horror show nightmare of ethics with this one! I'll let Peter comment if he wants. All I will say is this is a magnificent piece of classic Cathedral steep slabbin' in a great situation.

Location

Right of Reverse Camber, climbs up ever steepening perfect rock to the cruxy top.

Protection

Several bolts. There is a bit of serious 9+ climbing to the first one.

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David Aguasca!
New York
  5.11+
David Aguasca!   New York
  5.11+
Sharp! Thin! Superb! Very easy to set up a TR.

Runout to the first bolt looks pretty heady. If someone fell before the bolt they would probably pendulum and swing over the Camber overlap. Some extra data: Webster calls the initial runout .10d, not 9+. May 12, 2010
john strand
southern colo
  5.12a
john strand   southern colo
  5.12a
NA ! 10d is 9+ Nice climb though. May 12, 2010
john strand
southern colo
  5.12a
john strand   southern colo
  5.12a
For a nice longer pitch- start at the Camber belay, up reverse Camber then right to RWAV May 17, 2010