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Passport To Insanity 28-May-2007 At 12:12:59 PM sticky
We had a 4.5 Camalot and a #6 Friend, doubles in Camalots from .5 to 3, full set of hexes and two sets of wires. Jeremy did the first pitch with a single cam, "walking" it up the crack. I think another large cam or a big bro would be a good idea. The cam at least can be more easily "walked-up", so maybe take that instead. With a hex belay we had enough cams for the second pitch. The third pitch took pretty much passive pro - I didn't like the look of cams in that crumbly rock.


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