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|Type:||Trad, 70 ft|
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|Shared By:||Clay Stoner on Oct 17, 2014|
DescriptionRaw Dog starts with a balancing move to get established on the upper crack where it opens into good hands range. The climbing is pretty splitter for limbstone.
The name comes from an enormous flake that used to span the upper 1/3rd of the crack and made for a super saucy finish on the FA. The flake has since been removed and the climb now protects fully.
LocationAbout 50 to 75 yards up canyon from The Centaur is a large shield leaning against the main wall. On the climbers left side of the boulder is a narrow opening with Raw Dog being the crack on the left side of the opening.
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