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8m. The narrow slab is easy enough. A Direct Start is 4c.

USER COMMENTS

The narrow slab is easy enough if started from the corner on the right. The direct start shown by the line on the Rockfax topo diagram is nearer 4c.
Steve C - 12/Oct/03

Agree with the previous comment - not diff if the line in the Rockfax is climbed. Pleasant route, though.
John2 - 05/Jul/05

Have to start from the right or the left not direct!
Iggy_B - 04/Oct/05

Why dictate that left or right evasion must be climbed? The direct centre start does exist, not obvious, perhaps 4c, as suggested by Steve in first user comment. Chris
Chris Fitzhugh - 08/Jul/06

The climbing is fairly easy once on the slab, although I couldnt find any gear placements
Big Steve - 15/Jun/08

Best reason for the evasion start is that the slab above while balancy is VD at best - so fits with a start nearer that grade. Direct start (I agree with 4c, FWIW) is a one-move wonder route.
elro the onk - 31/Aug/10

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