Stand-start matched on a crimp and make a reach up to a high right-hand gaston. Climb straight up with another gaston to a perfect jug on the lip. Balancy, technical, and fun.
North face of the twin Birthday Boulders on the vertical wall, center route.
|By Euan Cameron|
From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes
Oct 14, 2008
rating: V3 6A
A good techincal problem, although I thought it was easy for the grade.
Apr 26, 2009
Really enjoyable movement. However, I actually thought this thing was incredibly tough for the grade, even with good beta
From: Petaluma/SF, CA
Dec 23, 2009
This is not a gimme V3. Very foot work intensive and fun.
|By Jason Chinchen|
From: Bend, Oregon
Aug 12, 2010
Euan takes steroids. This thing is pretty technical.
|By Eric Schnepel|
Mar 19, 2011
Not so bad. Easier for tall people
|By andy patterson|
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Mar 29, 2012
Absolutely, unequivocally NOT easy for the grade.
|By Coco Bell|
Feb 19, 2013
Pretty tricky if you haven't seen someone your height complete it. Absolutely the shortest approach yet!! Hurrah for fun warm up boulder.
|By seth o'harra|
Jan 4, 2014
You can also go out left with a good side pull. However, the right beta double gaston is the way to go for a fun route.
|By dave wave|
Apr 11, 2014
I wouldn't say it's soft for the grade, but more techy than hard.
If your use to dime edge feet, it'll feel easy.
Super fun crux moves!