Type: Trad, TR, 80 ft (24 m)
FA: Rick Kollath and Roger Harkess
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Shared By: Taylor Krosbakken on Aug 29, 2018
Admins: K Ice, Kris Gorny

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The best part of this route is the name. Other than that its mediocre climbing into an awkwardly tight dihedral that, you guessed it, you can really only jam one hand.

The route technically starts on the ledge but you might as well go all the way down and climb the first 15 ft of Praise the Many Seraphim dihedral.

I think a few people have accidentally climbed the first half of this route while trying to climb Praise the Many Seraphim if they miss the bolt line and don't climb the face. The two climbs are with in a few feet of each other.  

Pro through the bottom and upper sections looked good. One section in the middle had a tricky move with some loose looking rock that would take small pro. I didn't lead it and didn't feel like I was missing out on anything.

Plenty of better routes in the area. Would not recommend to a friend.

Location Suggest change

One corner south of Praise the Many Seraphim/Ecclesiastes/Last Gift of a Sinner 

Protection Suggest change

Standard rack. #4 may be useful

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