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The Whipple Procedure

Start as for Muricuh, but immediately traverse hard right to gain bolts that lead you up a steep seam. Continue up the seam and navigate past a roof. The climbing on this line is a lot different than any of the other lines in the Tan Corridor, and it will only get better as it cleans up. I'll post it as 11a, but I could see it settling in a little lower. Find ouf for yourself and enjoy!
"Lisa
Submitted By: Monty
Location: CO : South Platte : Staunton State Park : Staunton Rocks : Meadow Dome : Tan Corridor

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Easy but enjoyable climbing down low leaves one staring at a blank face up high. Figure out your way through a balancy crux to the tantalizing jug just out of reach. Mantle the ledge and enjoy the cruise to the top.
Submitted By: Michael Burke
Location: CA : San Bernardino Mountains : Highway 38 Crags : Frustration Creek : Upper Tier

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Pumpy, ladder-like climb with a crux between the second and third bolt. Belayed from the river-rocks underneath the first bolt uses exactly 30 meters of rope.

Submitted By: Vedant Desai
Location: PA : Southwestern Highlands : Pittsburgh : Seldom Seen : Raspberry Ridge

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Climb up to a ledge and traverse left. Clip a bolt and climb up a small ramp to a crack that you can layback. Punch it to a stance to place a piece high above your head and place another piece before getting to a horizontal rest. Clip the bolt above and quickly realize that this is your last piece of protection. Take stock of your edge climbing skills and keep your heart-rate low as you dance your way fifteen feet to the anchor. This is not a sport route and should not be taken lightly. If you fall close to the lip, you could come very close to the ledge below.
Submitted By: nelissam
Location: CA : Southern Sierra : Courtright Reservoir : Tiger Cage & Tiger Wall

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Sit start matched on a sharp crimper. Move right to the big ledge and go up and slightly left. Be creative and radical to reach the nice rail.
Submitted By: Mr. K
Location: International : North America : Canada : British Columbia : Fraser Valley Area : Elbow Lake bouldering

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