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One of the best boulder problems at Woodson (in my opinion obviously). Start sitting at the arete just right of jaws with a very low right hand edge and a left hand sloper near the bottom of the jaws crack. Crux is probably mental, as the high jump move is committing, though physically the line is sustained. A high/jump start exists with a right hand on the obvious edge and jumping to the left hand finger bucket. Somewhere in the V7-9 range, grading is not my forte.
3 feet right of Jaws.
Pads I guess. Landing's pretty bad. Either carpet the place or plan on not falling up high.
From: Clairemont Mesa, CA
Dec 13, 2011
I found a video of dan beall doing this problem on his vimeo page if someone wanted some beta. (it wouldn't upload on MP)
Mar 22, 2013
has this problem seen a second ascent that anyone knows about it??