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Rock Climbing Photo: The crux of the second pitch, a traverse left unde...
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By Russ Keane
Nov 9, 2015
In this scenario, the follower is dead-screwed after removing that high nut ..... Nothing left but a giant slam-swing that is held by the belayer only. (Assuming this photo is taken from a built anchor. If the leader keeps going up Upper Refuse, a safer scenario is made for the follower because the rope will come straight down from above that nut).
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The crux of the second pitch, a traverse left under the small roof. Don't forget to protect the second from a swing by placing gear after the technical move.

Submitted By: ESG Greene on Nov 19, 2007
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