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Type: Trad, 70 ft
FA: Ian Lingley, Eric Samis
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Shared By: Ian Lingley on Aug 1, 2012
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Access Issue: Must contact CFB Gagetown Range Control Details

Description

This climb follows the obvious finger crack dihedral up the left side of the arête. The gear is a little thin steeping off the ground but then you are able to place good pro from the first stance. Follow the thin seam to the roof where the thin crack disappears and some wider cracks offer protection and fantastic exposed moves through the roof. The climb moves slightly left after the roof to the corner system. Follow the corner system to the ledge where you step left and finish up the dihedral to the tree anchor.

Location

This is a very thin crack that follows the left side of the arête.

Protection

Bring some tiny cams and a rack.

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