Fourth and Inches
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Go 'hawks. Get set atop the obvious boulder. Rush up the middle past three bolts. Reset, then sweep right up a shallow ramp and incipient cracks to the bottom of the dihedral. Play-action up the dihedral, and break containment right past a bolt to get established under another bolt. Punch it in or punt. Despite hours of prep, expect the field to be gritty. Be very mindful of rope drag.
Just right of After the Fall. Lower from chains.
Nuts and a set of cams to a No.2 (yellow) Camelot, with a few extra finger-size cams. Offset brass nuts (or peanuts) useful for the ramp. Using shoulder-length or longer slings in the dihedral will help prevent rope drag.
By mac gilbert
Sep 9, 2016
Fun face climbing down low leads to a dihedral that is reminiscent of mother of pearl (but easier). Good climb worth doing.