Type: Sport, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Doug Mishler, 1989
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Shared By: TravisJBurke on May 10, 2017 · Updates
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The crimpfest to the climber's left of Farewell to Arms. Originally established at 5.12+, holds have broken to make it harder.

Follow the bolt line up in a sea of crimps (and a couple of pockets). Rest where you can because the climbing only gets harder. More obvious crimps will take you to the left of the bolt line near the top, with a heartbreaking crux at the last bolt as you dance into a seam that takes you to the anchor stance. Congratulations!

According to the guidebook, copping out to the arete before clipping the last bolt lowers the difficulty to 13a.

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To the left of Farewell to Arms.

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