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Rock Climbing Photo: Spew starts on the ramp and heads up the arete pow...
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By Christopher Barlow
May 10, 2012
The description on this photo is misleading. Spew (not "Spray") climbs exactly on the arete until about halfway out it, then moves directly up to the left-trending seam, which leads back to the arete. The route finishes at the top left corner of the cliff. Spray is not easily visible in this photo (way around left above the detached boulder). The huge chalked jug is not on Spew but on Rapture. There is a less obvious jug that is chalked directly on the arete and is part of Spew. I felt the need to clarify.
By Zane Dordai
Jul 7, 2013
My bad, Chris. Fixed it up.
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Spew starts on the ramp and heads up the arete powerfully to the chalked jug on the arete proper at 1/3 height. It climbs through cryptic 11+ climbing after the initial powerful boulder crux. The line follows the right side of the arete until the top where it continues straight up to chains.

Submitted By: Zane Dordai on May 7, 2012
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Spew (5.13a 7c+ 29 IX+ 29 E6 6c )
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