This is a stellar problem following crimpy slashes up an otherwise blank face. Pull on to very thin edges and delicately work up to two perfect small crimps, crank up to big holds in the horizontal crack, and top out on massive horns. The holds and moves on this problem are amazing.
The face just right of the dihedral in the center of the wall. The holds in the dihedral crack and on the wall to the left are off.
One crashpad covers the landing area sufficiently. The topout is a tad high but very easy.
|By jordan cocanower|
From: Estes Park, CO
Feb 1, 2012
My favorite problem at BEM! Just hop on and crank up the crimps! Start super low one hand on an undercling for a funky fun move