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From: Boulder, CO
Apr 28, 2010
Option B is the route proper (according to the Gillett guidebook), and it felt harder than "devious 5.7", more like 5.8+.
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I'm not sure what all of the lines are.
Looking at a guidebook topo, the original "natural line" is about 10 feet right of B in a corner system and is 5.7. (Option 1 in description?)
I believe B to D is option 2, and is shown as 5.9 in the guidebook topo. (D, the ass crack, felt significantly harder to me.)
Exit to C is shown as 5.6. I assume to get to C one can go up A or further left (options 3 and 4?).
on Jun 19, 2009
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