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Routes in The Temple

A Date with Beth V7 7A+
Center Ling-chi V12 8A+
Chung Li V10 7C+
Fei Gai V10 7C+
Left Ling-chi V13 8B
Right Ling-chi V11 8A
Saadhu V14 8B+
V6 V6 7A
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Shared By: Karl Zink on Aug 21, 2012
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Start in the middle of the wall with a good jug, go staight up. End on the huge ledge. Drop off, noth worth topping out. Sit start (V8/9) starts low with two ok edges, and good feet. MAke a couple of moves out the roof and a big through brings you to the start of the origional problem.


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Shirtless Mike
Denver, CO
Shirtless Mike   Denver, CO  
I remember getting to the top was fairly difficult and committing. At least once you are on easy ground it is high enough that I didn't want to drop off. Although from the videos it looks like most do drop from the ending jugs. Also I don't think the sit makes it that much harder, probably low to mid V8 with the sit. Nov 30, 2012
Owen S.
Los Alamos
Owen S.   Los Alamos
Jarred Cleerdin  
Timmy told me he called this a V9 when he did the FA. I can see the start move being a much bigger move if your shorter. Grades are irrelevant but I would say V8 for anyone with my body type. Feb 8, 2013

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