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Up thin seam/ incipient crack to bulge, then step left for 2 b finish. A direct finish has been bolted straight above finger crack, about grade 11d.

Follows the weird but fun flake systems with the occasion small edge or jug.

Mega classic for 5.10. Lots of reachy jugs and the occasional perfect crimp.

A Hugh Lenny Classic (RIP). This beautiful techcial test piece lies above Spro Dog. Enjoy the no hands rest after the first pitch because the second pitch is sustained technia on very small holds. Absolutely classic!

FA: Hugh Lenny

The Alt finish to spro dog spro, going right ! Technical face climbing !

Climb under roof via cracks

FA: Robin Barley, 1993

A v1 Boulder problem gets you off the ground to easier climbing above. Ends on the big ledge

Extension. Worth while

Here lies a test piece for boulderers. Enjoy steep dynamic moves to small and sharp quarter pad crimps. If the mid crux doesn't get you, the big steep bulge probably will.

FA: Peter Arbic & Geoff Creighton

A bouldery traverse on the arête and up!

A short lived but reachy lock off crux. Easy climbing before and after

Easy other then the crux. 3 bolts of technical, balancey fingery climbing gets you to a thin crack. Send your most creative with beta up first

FA: Daren Melaychuck

Fun technical face climbing

FA: Jon Jones

Follow the black acid strip to the bolts

From first bolt of BA break right

FA: J. Jones, 2013

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