Type: Trad, 90 ft (27 m)
FA: Josh Lowy, Nate Redon
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Shared By: Nate Redon on May 11, 2017
Admins: Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Zachary Winters

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Begin up Robin's Ramp and traverse along a rail (5.8) to clip the first bolt. You can stick clip or clip a bolt on Robin's Ramp and then cross this section a few times to protect yourself if desired. A series of 3 technical boulder problems along a seam (bolts) gets you to a jug and final mantle. From there, insecure but much easier climbing along the seam brings you to an open corner. Make a heady move and stem up to the anchors. 

Alternative (less reachy) start: Start up Plum Pudding (gear) until you can stand on top of the big flake. Traverse left using good crimps to clip the 2nd bolt.

There are permadraws on the crux bolts. I'll edit this if I remove them.

Location Suggest change

Seams Alright follows the arete between Robin's Ramp and Plum Pudding. Look for the bolts.

Protection Suggest change

6x bolts ; finger piece and small nuts. I protect the final corner with a small brassie just above the roof but the fall is big and clean if you don't bring it. There is also another option for a good nut.

Bolted anchor with rap rings on top. A 60m rope should get you down.

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