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One of the better boulder problems at Oak Creek. Aesthetic moves out the edge of a large roof lead to a deadpoint to a jug, and an easy topout follows. Start on a sloping undercling under the roof and a good disk on the arete.
While the Southern Nevada Bouldering book gives this problem a V9, I don't think it is even an 8; it is probably a bit easier than Bubble Butt in the Krafts.
From the Bloodline boulder walk up and across the hillside along a faint trail in a northerly direction for 300-400 meters. This problem faces downhill and is at the edge of a decent-sized roof.
Perfect flat & sandy landing. One pad is helpful.
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