Good page on an exceptional route. I just wanted to throw out a few things that I thought about the route. I would emphasize that while there is solid rock if one looks for it, there is also quite a bit of scree/rubble on ledges, & much stacked dinner plates ready to be pulled out, particularly on the crest itself. In turn, even if a rope were to be used during the ascent/traverse, I'd say that pro' would range from unreliable to useless in a lot of the key locations. Anyways, props on putting up the page. Cheers.
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