Type: Trad, Sport, 190 ft, 2 pitches
FA: Mark Hammond and Amos Whiting, Nov. 2010
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Shared By: Mark Hammond on Nov 16, 2010
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Description

Climb the shallow corner/seam until it bends left and join the arete. Make a key placement and balance up to clip the first bolt. The crux is in this vicinity.

One more bolt and the #4 Camalot will take you to the rubbly ledge at the dead tree.

Pitch 2 steps left and up arete into corner. Aim for the upper arete, clipping the final bolt to get there. Climb straight up the arete, protecting in horizontals.

Location

Start from the optional belay stance at the end of the 5.9 climbing on the Green Spur.

Protection

RPs to #4 Camalot. Could probably get by with nothing bigger than a #2 although I placed the #4 on both pitches. HBs, C3s, small Aliens are key. Consider ballnuts, I think a good one may go where I had a very shallow C3. This climb could be R rated without the right tiny gear or the skill to place it.

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