Type: Sport, 60 ft
FA: Dave Quinn
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Shared By: M Sprague on Apr 3, 2011
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Over on the left hand side of the Sporty Owl Area, just before the sharp arete of Talon, is this big corner that requires ripping hard stemmeng and crimping if you hope to get to the top. It is much harder than it looks. Stick clipping the first bolt is highly recommended, as it is high up over a bad landing and it is insecure getting to it.
Dave Quinn's ripping stem and crimp "Owl Cliff Corner", 11d, with the rope on "Owliola", 5.10a to the right


The OCC is located at the left hand side of the Sporty Owl Area. The sharp arete of Talon makes up the left wall of the corner. Below is a pile of rocks you have to scramble over to continue along the base of the cliff.


aboute 7 bolts to a 2 bolt anchor. Stick clipping the first is highly recommended.


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