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5.10c YDS 6b French 20 Ewbanks VII UIAA 20 ZA E2 5b British
Avg: 3 from 1 vote
|Type:||TR, 50 ft (15 m)|
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|Shared By:||TacoDelRio on Sep 10, 2013|
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Real cool balancey moves. For what it's worth, the funnest way to do it is to follow the marble sized quartz crystals sticking out. They make for cool moves. This is my favorite line up the Scab Slab.
You have your choice for anchors on this one. Atop the crag, there are two cracks. For Amanda's Arete and Slab Jesus, you should use the handcrack. There is a crack right of that which takes small cams. This one may or may not suit your style. Either way, bring about 10-20ft of webbing or so to bring the master point over the edge. Pad the edge with a bag or something. Right side crack takes .4 C4 or so and smaller. I believe I used an X4 and two WC Zeroes.