2 pitches. 5b, 6a+

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Fraser 3 Jun Show βeta
βeta: Pitch 2 kinks sharp right directly above the roof. Rope drag can be an issue so bear this in mind if running 1st & 2nd pitches together. Suggest unclipping 4th draw on pitch 1 once 5th has been clipped. Crux is high up on 2nd pitch IMO.
 
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βeta: Pitch 2 kinks sharp right directly above the roof. Rope drag can be an issue so bear this in mind if running 1st & 2nd pitches together. Suggest unclipping 4th draw on pitch 1 once 5th has been clipped. Crux is high up on 2nd pitch IMO.
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Fraser 2 Jun Lead dog Great route but felt more like F6b. Decided to press on after the first pitch but somehow ended up heading up the left-trending line, which is definitely harder, luring the unwary leader into a sea of textured nothingness. Managed to down-climb, stripping the draws as I went and continued sharp rightwards over the roof above the first belay. great upper section on pitch 2 but was too tired to complete the boulder-problem finish.
Great route but felt more like F6b. Decided to press on after the first pitch but somehow ended up heading up the left-trending line, which is definitely harder, luring the unwary leader into a sea of textured nothingness. Managed to down-climb, stripping the draws as I went and continued sharp rightwards over the roof above the first belay. great upper section on pitch 2 but was too tired to complete the boulder-problem finish.
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