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Northeast Arete - 5.7

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Top Rope - No Pro except for a top rope anchor. Cams and long slings(40' and 50').
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Climbs the northeast arete of Supremacy Rock. This route requires good balance, foot work and a good deal of trust in your feet. It is similar to a slab because the hand holds aren't that positive and the foot work is more predominant with this route. The crag is quartzite and thus you don't have the traditional Eldorado Sandstone foot smear. You have to rely on the small pockets and some smearing on the arete. Crux is at the bottom of the route - in the first 15-20 feet. Great route to take someone who has balance problems or needs footwork practice.

Submitted by: bustinmins on 2004-08-15
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Route ID: 58021

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Top Rope Top Rope ascent by: veganboyjosh on 2006-03-17 (View Climbing Log)

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Added: 2006-03-17

Top Rope Top Rope ascent by: bustinmins on 2004-08-15 (View Climbing Log)

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Fun Fun Fun route! I need footwork and this route was just exactly what I needed. Not many positive holds with the hands until you get to the top third of the route.

Witnessed by: Kyle Turner
Added: 2004-08-15