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Start: At the extreme low point of the crack mentioned in Low Traverse. Go: Layback the crack to the top of the boulder.

Start: Same as Layback. Go: Instead of laybacking the crack, move up a little and then reach out right for a hold at the bottom of the starter flake. Move feet right and bring the left hand over to a side pull on the starter flake. Power to the top.

Start: At the bottom of the right-leaning crack, just left and below the "starter" flake. Go: Move up and traverse right past the "starter" flake following hand holds just below or at the lip. Traverse right onto the small holds of the small west face and continue to a crack. Finish by moving right along the lip of the rock and step off.

Start: As one ends the left-to-right version of Rat Rock Traverse or the High Traverse. Go: Stay high as you move right toward the right-leaning crack. Use holds above the "starter" flake and below the lip to link up with the Overhanging Traverse.

Start: Sitting beneath the large overhang on the right side of the north face. Hands matched on undercling. Go: Out, up and over.

Start: Beneath last dark overhang that marks the end of the Polish Traverse. Left hand on side-pull, right hand on low, tiny crimp.

Go: Up and right. A powerful move with the left hand to the small prominent flake beneath the obvious large one. Continue moving up and right using the larger holds along the lip of the overhang.

Use the front sloper to topout

Start: Same start as for Smack the Dragon.

Go: Make the same opening move with the left hand as Smack the Dragon. Then move right, staying low on tiny crimpers and then moving up on more tiny crimpers until you are forced to top out at the far end of the overhang.


Check out what is happening in North Side.