Lower Tier Rock climbing33 routes in cliff
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Stand start on crimpy dishes, big move to giant jug, then two committing sloper moves to top out. You can sit start the problem at the same grade.
Sit start with opposing side pulls; one on arete and one on face. Head straight up.
FA: Rob Cotton, 18th Jan
Sit start the arete with high crimp and left side pull. Don't use the chockstone to the right. Fun but contrived.
Climb the chockstone. From good jugs, campus between good holds to mantle. Some might call this a bad landing and uninspiring moves... they would be right.
Sit star with side pull, head up to under long and top out.