Avg: 3.5 from 4 votes
|FA:||Mark Sprague , Fall 2016|
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|Shared By:||Dana Seaton on Jul 22, 2016|
|Admins:||M Sprague, Joe M.|
DescriptionOn the front face start with hands in the horizontal crack below the vertical seam. Do a tricky move to get established in the seam with your feet in the horizontal than shuffle your feet a little left until you can get your toe in the quartz pocket. Use some very thin edges and balance to angle up left a little and gain a good edge in an angling seam (staying right of the arete) then top out.
Staying with the vertical seam and topping out straight up as first envisioned is a little contrived but will possibly go at a considerably higher grade.