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Ten-thirty - 5.8

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Route sequence (left to right): 1
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mid-sized nuts up to fist-size cracks
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Description:

First, about a half-pitch of maybe 5.0 climbing to the start of the route. 2 pitches from there. Pitch one ascends to the right of a prominent indentation in the rock face. There are a few variations of the first pitch. It's not the cleanest climbing, but it is fun. The second pitch finds you funnelled to a near-vertical hand/fist crack, with your left foot out to the left. Some fun moves, then you exit into a weird flake which puts you atop. You can belay from there or continue higher. There technically is another pitch, but it's actually exposed, difficult-to-protect 4th-class. It's a good time to be careful, because a slip would mean a big fall. All in all, i rate it 5.8 for a move or two, but it could be a 5.7. My name at rockclimbing.com is grimble_crumble, but my name was citizen_dave. Something happened to that account whichforced me to make a new one. If you are in the area- contact me! I need more climbing partners!

Submitted by: grimble_crumble on 2005-02-24
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Route ID: 64281