Just left and around the corner from the face with the horizontal running crack sits a slabby lower angle block with two bolt lines running up its face. Jete runs of the left side of the slab but shares the first bolt with Dancer. Clip the first bolt and then move left up a line of knobs and nubbins. The hardest moves come near the top before the rock angle lowers considerably. Clip another shared bolt near the top with Dancer or risk running it out to the anchors.
The climbing is decent but not as much fun as its neighbor
Jete has its own set of anchors next to the anchors for Dancer
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