Le Concile De Pierre, 8c/5.14b
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Photographer Ted Endo
APR 23rd 2015
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Le Concile De Pierre, 8c/5.14b

Here's the line that the route traces up the wall and through the imposing roof section. The fourth pitch starts with the crux dyno but continues with a sustained section of very technical climbing on dirty holds above it - a fact that Tommy found out when he slipped off while clipping. 

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