Leading P5 of Moby Dick. This is a relatively steep (compared to rest of route) "headwall" which the Kerry guidebook calls a 5.7+. The abundance of huge, positive holds makes this rating inaccurate IMHO. A 5.6 is probably a fairer rating. This is not posturing - there are harder .6 and .7 sections on pitches below. The section is a little runout however. Two decently spaced bolts protect this (don't fall or you might slam into the low angle terrain below) section - if so desired, you might be able to supplement these with some creative nutting (January 1, 2004).
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