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Long/Lat: 151.204129, -33.765260
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Start low on the right facing layback flake, move left and up. A long move with an interesting landing gains the lip and a shift in style the simmit.
From the low broken edge, go up and slightly left to finish on a goodish hold.
Start as for Ella but go diagonally right to finish on a good high jug.
Start on the Elvis hold, same finish.
This is crimpy, powerful, classic climbing and the best problem here. Start matched below the little rooflet, move left and follow the shitty little spaced holds to a surprisingly committing last move, ending on a jug high and left.
From the good edge under the rooflet, go straight up to a committing finish.
Between Bing & Elvis
Start as for Bing, then move right and up on slopey and not thoroughly clean holds, in the process avoiding Elvis' jugs.
From Bing's starting edge, move right and up the juggy line to the top. Scary exit.
From the jug on the lip, up the wall on edges - easier if you go right but better if you go left.
A powerful roof problem, just begging to have the full start added. From the hueco in the roof, move out to the overlap and follow it to the lip and over.
Nina Blue Eyes
Nina into Frank?
FA: Sharik Walker
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