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|Type:||Sport, 45 ft|
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|Shared By:||Jordan Wood on Sep 13, 2011|
Climb the prominent arete, which is sandy and tricky, up to a sandy ledge below a roof. Do some big moves to gain jugs at the lip and make the clip. A difficult boulder problem on tiny crimps and pockets gets you to the anchors.
The obvious arete right of Phillip's Overhang.
Five bolts to a bolted anchor. Be sure to use a long draw on the fifth bolt, which is just over the lip. Falling at the crux with a short draw will shred your rope.