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Arapiles revisited 18-Sep-2014 At 11:54:13 AM Will_P
I came down that way on Sunday, using a single rope for the first time (Iíve previously gone straight to the ground from the top using doubles). Assuming you have a 60m rope, itíll be way easier (and far less stressful) to stop at the DBB on Kingdom Come, rather than the one lower down (?Trojan) as I did Ė youíve gotta get up some momentum and swing in and right, clip the anchor, then settle yourself on a very small sloping ledge (room for one person only). Stopping at the KC anchor is far less exposed.

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