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The headwall at the top of Ulrich's Route on Bear Creek Spire. Aug 20, 2002

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Bob SihlerThanks

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This picture was very useful when I climbed this route a few days ago.

One can also go straight up the crack from the base of the diagram here. It's a bit harder but does not have the exposed traverse that may unnerve some.
Posted Jul 31, 2013 3:31 pm

jdmorehouseHard vs Easy Chimney

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We went right up the crack, which took us to a good ledge below the "hard" chimney. Since our beta suggested traversing across a small crack/ledge with significant exposure to gain the "easy" chimney, that's what we did. However, we descended using the so called hard chimney, which was an easy enough downward shimmy, and had the advantage of dropping us right on the good, wide ledge directly above the crack. From here we descended the crack and went on down.
Posted Aug 22, 2016 6:00 pm

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Bob BurdSubmitted by Bob Burd
on Oct 6, 2002 10:31 pm

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