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THE OFFICIAL STOKED THREAD! 14-Sep-2009 At 10:21:23 PM foreverabumbly
On 14/09/2009 Sarah Gara wrote:

>How does it compare to the 2nd pitch of D minor? As I came of that loads
>on second. and that's pretty juggy. I'm not joking when I say I have
>no upper body strength -pull up? I can't even do a push up.
the holds are better than the crux of D minor, more straightforward and not so roofy, though to be honest ive always ignored the heavily chalked holds on Dminor and just crack climbed it - its easier.

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