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Looking down from the anchors.
This is a one pitch route on the right side of the Great Big Wall. It is mostly a slab climb over a few bulges in the rock with intermittent cracks. Three bolts protect the bottom half of the climb. Above that, the climbing is easier but runout to the anchor which is shared with Hanging Judge
to the left. To protect the runout, I slung a horn and placed a small cam (0.5) in a crack.
This is on the right side of the Great Big Wall, just to the right of Hanging Judge
and about 15 feet left of a large, left-facing dihedral.
Only about 4 bolts to a two-bolt anchor, but can take a couple of small cams to place in intermittent cracks to protect runouts.
BETA PHOTO: Gimp Verde follows the red line. Hanging Judge fol...