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This route follows a series of medium sized holds, although for a very long period of time. Seeing as the crux of this route is nearing its end, this situation greatly increases the route’s grade, simply because of its tiresome length. The foot holds upon this route almost seem hidden, although, with some added attention payed to the feet, one will become used to the ‘hidden foot holds’ whilst they are getting into the groove of the route. During the crux, you must overcome a sort of ledge, by heel hooking above it (while your other foot is really just dangling there), getting firm hand placements above this ledge, and then let go of the heel hook, allowing both feet to swing to the opposite side, and onto some fairly large holds.

Submitted by: metoliusmunchkin on 2002-02-21
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Route ID: 12488

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Red Point Red Point ascent by: metoliusmunchkin on 2001-08-14 (View Climbing Log)

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Added: 2001-08-14