Type: Sport, Alpine, 900 ft (273 m), 14 pitches, Grade III
FA: JM Cambon and co.
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Shared By: Benj84 on Aug 25, 2015
Admins: Euan Cameron, Luc-514

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One of the most recent routes on the dibonna, and probably the only one that can be accused of being "over-equipped". If you want a mellow, zero engagement day with absolutely beautiful climbing this route is your go-to on the east face. You will never be confronted with more than 15 feet of runout between bolts and never more than 7 at places that are near the grade.
The climbing in its ensemble is very vertical with lots of cracks and dihedrals "mountain" style with sport pro.


follow the tower around from the refuge, you'll come up against a low angle slab that seems to go on forever, once it stops going on you'll see the beginning of the bolt path, from there just start eating em' up like pac-man


more draws than you can shake a stick at


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