Time's Up, 5.11d
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4th Pitch- 100’- 5.11d/ Right from the belay you have two choices, both are strenuous options. Jam your body into the crack and make physical moves a few meters up to convert to lie backing or begin a wide lie-back from the belay. Make the strenuous lie back up until you can switch to a stance inside the crack just below the chimney. Chimney up to the roof and make an athletic move to stem and pull it. The corner above is the crux of the route. As it closes and you mantle a hollow flake on the left wall, you will be forced to stem without much in the way of hands, using opposing pressure to move up to the fixed hanging belay below another, much smaller, roof/overhang.
Time's Up, 5.11d, 6 Pitches, South Brownstone Wall, Juniper Peak, Red Rock, February, 2011