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Jerome nearing the top of Breathe during his FA. ...
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The climb begins with a good #3 placement and slowly but surely works its way up to #6. It ends with a 2 bolt anchor, under a roof. Couple good rest let you catch your breath before pushing on. Being an off-width, the crux will be different for everyone. As a larger guy, I found the crux to be the middle and Jerome thought it was the top 1/3. It was given a 5.10+ but could be more like 5.11-. Good rock and a great, physical off-width climb. Don't forget to breathe!
I believe it's the 1st route to the right of "Learning to Fly", let me know if I'm wrong.
One #3, doubles form #4-6 (camalots). You could probably get by with a single rack with a good bit of bumping.
Jerome getting into the business of Breathe, The W...