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Climb the right arete and face of The Dish boulder. Enjoyable movement and interesting iron rock like extrusions which gives the arete an interesting texture and are a dream to stand on with your toes on the steep slab. The grade is perhaps 5.9 with an easy top out and is a great climb to put beginners on before you goad them into scaring themselves silly on The Dish problem and it's mantle which is to the left.
It is called Dish Tree if you climb the face near the arete but avoid the arete entirely and is V0 or so.
Right arete and face of The Dish.
Someone who is working or new to the climb will want a pad for the somewhat uneven landing. If warming it is not even necessary to drag a pad underneath the problem.