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Putting in lots of crap gear is the same as putting in some good gear, right? Insecure.
I didn't like this climb at all. The start takes some working out.
Fun laybacking with tons of friction.
Excellent. Balancy and technical.
Juggy, but some of the rock is questionable.
Much better when it's dry.
Surprisingly technical for the grade, or maybe I was just doing it wrong. Short.
Excellent protection, good footwork makes life easier.
Nice climbing, well protected with small and medium gear. I'd give it a star. The topout is barely worth it, might as well finish at the loweroffs of Richard Caranium.
My first solo. Quite a good route.
The crux is well protected, with the tree for backup. Thanks, tree.
Nice climb. The pro gets better the higher up you go, though with the usual Churchman's runout at the end.
A #0 C3 Camalot did the job at the crux. Some of the pro is doubtful.
So very crimpy, expect some finger pain. A good one to toprope - the runout on lead is pretty outrageous unless you take some cams with you.
0.5 Camalot is the best option to protect the crux, though it's a bit of a reach and you might not get a look at your placement until you climb past it.
Good placements for nuts and hexes. The 2nd half is run out, but you're hardly going to fall.
If you stay on the face and out of the big crack to the right, it's harder than 13. Well protected with a #1 Camalot to get off the ground and some excellent nut placements after that.
Nice climbing for the grade, adequate protection.