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Climb the white strip of rock, on the south face of Split Rock. A bit tougher than it looks - Not a good climb for when the rock is wet.
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Submitted By: Dan Katz
Location: NY : New York City : Central Park : Split Rock

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Start up a short and stout finger crack and encounter a crux near the end. Clip a piton, place a piece or two, and head up on steeper terrain to the bolt. Place another piece and go up and left to the anchor above the lip. This is the best route at the crag and is not to be missed.
Submitted By: nelissam
Location: CA : Southern Sierra : Courtright Reservoir : Tiger Cage & Tiger Wall

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Start with a finger crack up to a ledge with a tree. Go around the tree and into a chimney up to the top of a small pillar. Step right into a handcrack and follow that to a big ledge with a dihedral. Climb this to the anchors of Kilowattito.

DESCENT: Rappel the route.
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Submitted By: Mauricio Herrera Cuadra
Location: International : North America : Mexico : Southern Mexico : Los Dinamos : Cuarto Dinamo

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