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© Fraser, Jul 2008
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crop out the left side
devilfire - 08/Aug/08
Was there today and had a play, didn't find that bit too bad.. I found it harder to get established on Tue slab....moved higher into the groove made the clip and couldn't work out how to get on the slab cleanly...tips?
ANC - 19/Nov/11
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Not been on that for a while now so the recollections might be slightly muddled, but I remember there were two possible options here. 1) stretch precariously left with some tricky foot-smears and reach the twin crack system. Getting through these is fairly straight forward but somewhat delicate and I think there was a finger lock involved. Nothing more than F6C though. 2) involved a long stretch direct up the faint arete just above where the climber is in the pic. From (bad) memory, it went to a shallow pocket, then get your feet quite high, and this allowed you to get up to a good pinch/r.h. side-pull high up, just as the arete peters out. For me, going left into the cracks was definitely the easier option and involved some really nice moves. Get back on and enjoy!
Fraser - 20/Nov/11