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Routes in The Pinnacle

Brett's Problem (akak Sor-Brett) V8 7B
Brownian Motion V0+ 4+
Left Slab V0 4
Middle Slab V0 4
Pinnacle Arete V0 4
Pinnacle Crack V0 4
Pinnacle Face V2 5+
Pinnacle Scoop V3 6A
Suzy B V4 6B
Suzy Flakes V3 6A
Topout V0 4
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Type: Boulder
FA: John Boehringer, late '80s
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Shared By: tscupp on Jul 21, 2010
Admins: M Sprague, Joe M.

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Doesn't look like much but it is definitely cooler and harder than it first appears. Start with hands on the blunted arete and move up and into the scoop and to the top making use of what was a mono pocket for me. Getting established in the scoop is quite tricky but if you succeed I think the frustration and the technical lesson is well worth the effort. Oh and the mono is badass too.


As you approach the pinnacle, this is the scoop on the left arete left of the obvious large Pinnacle crack.




Mateo San Pedro   OR
Yup. Definitely used a mono pocket years ago. It's surprisingly comfy for a mono. Nov 12, 2012
M Sprague
New England
M Sprague   New England  
FA - John Boehringer, late '80s Jan 21, 2012

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