This is a testpiece of sloper skill and balance-intensive footwork. Begin with a right in a good slopey rail and a left on another sloper. Paste a high right foot, rock up and begin the slope-fest. A tenuous, left foot, heel smear and a toss to crumbling, granite texture is only the beginning. A paucity of holds guards the topout from those not willing to fight for it.
Plenty of pine needles to soften your plummit.
The Elephant's Trunk!! Do try!!
Josh squeezing the trunk.
Funky foot beta.
|By Luke Childers|
May 14, 2009
rating: V6 7A
To my understanding this was F.A. by Jim Hausmann in 2000. Great problem. A must do.
|By Sean Wolf|
From: Denver, CO
Apr 9, 2010
You come flying off this thing in really funny ways.
|By Dan Proudfoot|
Dec 2, 2010
rating: V5+ 6C+
Great problem, the boulder reminds me of HP40. Really similar footwork/party trick problem to some stuff from the dirty, dirty south.
|By mike c|
Sep 3, 2012
rating: V4 6B
Good problem, but if you ask me, it's easier than the 4 up the hill.