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Rock Climbing Photo: Mark Wagner right after the crux moves on the seco...
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By dnaiscool
Mar 27, 2015
Mark has his hands on the only rest, so when you get here, work the calm, and get set for an unrelenting run to the anchors. Standing where his hands are gives you the first of the three bolts on this pitch. I thought the third pitch was more like .11a/b. Anyway, this is a stellar route, and very hard to on-sight because it is both highly technical, sequential and pumpy. Mark was one of the best technical slab climbers I ever shared a rope with, and he always belayed his second with that jumar so he could sit all relaxed and just pull in rope watching how the other half of the team fared. Never one to bark beta, Mark would let you figure it out for yourself, and he'd just let you climb without interrupting your flow.
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Mark Wagner right after the crux moves on the second pitch. ca. 1991.

Submitted By: dnaiscool on Mar 27, 2015
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Disco Jesus (5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c )
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