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Susan up at the first bolt
Follow the left trending crack past some gear placements and then climb the steep arete past 3 bolts. Anchor is at the top of the formation. Its best to belay the second from the anchor and then rappel down, or if you want to top-rope then bring long slings/cordelette and expect some rope drag.
East face of Jabba. Rappel down.
Small Cam .4"-.75" at the bottom, and 3 bolts.
Climbing the arete of Jabba.
By Russ Walling
Feb 5, 2014
rating: 5.8- 5b 16 VI- 14 VS 4c
This route is the obvious left leaning rampy crack on the left edge of the face. There is no fixed cam anymore. If you get sketch on the 5.6b crack and flake climbing getting to the first bolt, bring a big stopper or 1" cam. Good moves up the arete on good rock. Anchors are way up top at the end of an easy runout. We lowered down from a couple of slings and belayed from the bottom, no problem.