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|Shared By:||Jeff Edge on Aug 19, 2016|
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A couple ways to start, the most natural seems to be going from the chalked sloper up to a left hand side pull pinch, and then working up the shallow dihedral feature on the right.
The first two thirds of the route is beautiful and delicate balance climbing on very thin pockets and edges.
Reach a rest below the big overhanging bulge and power over it to the top.
If this line was bolted, or had more convenient top rope bolts it would get climbed all the time.