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|2||Use It Of Loose It||5.10c|
Kathryn Greeen 9 years ago|
Richard Graziano 10 years ago
On the left end of the wide west face is an obvious crack, with a wide water groove running up the slab to it, that's it.
Despite the name, do not think of this as a beginner's climb, and especially not a beginner's lead. There are some cruxy sections, and protection is not always obvious or easy to place.
David Gibbs 1 years ago|
Neale Brain 1 years ago
|7||Dialing For Ducats||5.10b|
|8||Safety In Numbers||5.10a R|
|9||Safety In Solitude||5.9|
|12||Berkeley Dyke||5.9 R|
Near the right-end of the upper part of the west-face there is an obvious crack. This climb goes up ramps and slabs to this crack (generally easy ground) then up the crack itself. It is a nice hand-crack, that takes fine pro in the steeper section.
David Gibbs 1 years ago|
Jeffrey Pierce 9 years ago|
Richard Sims 37 years ago
|Safety In Solitude|
|5.10a||Safety In Numbers|
|5.10b||Dialing For Ducats|
|Use It Of Loose It|