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Nov 7, 2013
I was a newish 5.9 leader at the time, and was super intimidated by this climb, but onsighted no problem!… View Comment
Jul 6, 2013
I cleaned a loose, hand-sized rock that was glued on by moss, but the route was pretty clean. A little b… View Comment
Nov 28, 2012
Don't take the offwidth up and right of the small roof unless you're sure you can climb it without getting… View Comment
Nov 28, 2012
A 70m rope rappel will easily get you from the top of p4 to the p3 anchor. You need doubles for the other… View Comment
Sep 10, 2012
Place two pieces before the first bolt and it's not PG13. View Comment
Sep 10, 2012
You can back up a belay off the hollow flake bail slings atop P1 with a #2, but the more legit belay is fro… View Comment
Mar 6, 2012
Deep in the wide crack in the middle are some hollow flakes... I wouldn't put cams there. That makes for a… View Comment
Mar 6, 2012
Stay in the crack on the first pitch for exquisite 5.8 climbing on good pro (but watch for friction if your… View Comment
Mar 6, 2012
Beautiful route, but I found it very difficult to clip several of the bolts; I found myself leaning way lef… View Comment
Mar 6, 2012
I don't recall much if any loose rock on this one. Thought this was easier than the two 5.9s to the left. View Comment
Mar 6, 2012
Great climb! Not PG-13 as far as I could tell. View Comment
Mar 6, 2012
Easy to build an anchor at the top, easy walk-off to climber's right. Great route! View Comment
Apr 6, 2011
You want one if not TWO number 6s at the top. I levitated one for a while, and then wished I had another.… View Comment
May 26, 2010
If you traverse right to Mantle Illness, it's extra sketch for your second, as s/he must downclimb onto a l… View Comment