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|FA:||Hagen Telg, Jason Halladay|
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|Shared By:||hagne on Nov 12, 2011|
|Admins:||Jason Halladay, Anthony Stout, LeeAB Brinckerhoff, Marta Reece, Drew Chojnowski|
Although this climb might appear squeezed into the gap between Los Gastones and Branching Out it offers a mostly-independent line of mainly 11sh climbing. The route is named after a not very positive but extremely ergonomic left-hand hold just before the crux at the bulge. After the crux the climb shares the diagonal roof seam of Branching Out for a couple moves but continues up the seam to left until its end. From there the line takes a more or less obvious way to shared anchors with Branching Out. However, since the top section after the diagonal roof seam and bulge is not that obvious and the climbing not that exciting there is a separate anchor for this route at the end of the roof/bulge leaving the top section to those who can't get enough and may want to add some additional, but slightly contrived, climbing to the Branching Out anchors.
Six bolts to its own anchor. For more contrived climbing, continue past the anchors, past another bolt, and to the anchors of Branching Out.
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