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Table of contents
|1||Mega Hangdogging||7b YDS:5.12b||218m,|
|2||First Blood origional route||5a YDS:5.8||18m|
1st pitch up the flake or just left of the flake to the edge of the overhang. Then transition to the face via a pivoting loose rock, then up the obvious crack over the bulge to a run out easy slab to the anchor. Has bolts if trad gets too hard. 2nd pitch runs up the arête and angles right up a series of cracks on a slab face to the anchor. Couple of football size loose rocks en-route so get the all-clear from below before moving up.
Pigs In Space
Alternate route for second pitch of first blood. From the stance goes right past the tree and runs straight up from there to the same anchor as first blood. Trad protection is scant, so best on top rope after leading first blood.
|6||The Nose Ramp||4c YDS:5.8||2, 242m|
|4c||The Nose Ramp||2, 242m|
|5a||First Blood origional route||18m|
|6b||Pigs In Space||20m|