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Type: Trad, 30 ft
FA: Chris Magness & Jonathan Garlough
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Shared By: chinos on Nov 27, 2012
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey.LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Climb up the center of the Magnum Block making the low crux moves past the first bolt to gain the little white flake at the second bolt. Move up to a horizontal with gear and make a throw to a small horn on the arête and clip the ring anchor. 30’

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2 bolts, .75 size, ring anchor


chris magness
chris magness  
This feels a lot like 10+ to me. Chino grades are getting stiffer! Well, I guess it's the .10b thing.. no way Loran! Low cruxes are accessible to rehearse, but that doesn't make a ground-up, no falls, no beta onsight any easier. Nov 27, 2012
Between Nederland and Boulder,
Edge   Between Nederland and Boulder,
I don't know, Chris, it didn't seem any harder than .10b to me. I did get to watch Jim on it a little bit before leading it, but I pretty much read it right from the ground with the exception of knowing about the sweet clipping horn on the top arête. Really fun route; best I climbed that day. Nov 27, 2012

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