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|Shared By:||Kemper Brightman on May 30, 2014|
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Climbs a small dihedral to a feature that resembles a ships prow at the top of the route. Good holds and a couple hand jams lead to the crux at last bolt. Worth climbing for the jams alone. A variation can be done by starting on the crack to the right and clipping the third bolt of the route.
on the north (left) side of the cliff. Distinguished by a dihedral that leads to a thin arete.