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Start standing with small pockets and a good ledge for your foot. Slap right into the seam then make a long move to a small crimp. A few more tenuous moves gets you to easier ground but keep it together for the tall, sandy topout. A great boulder problem and would be classic if a bit cleaner up top.
Just left of the obvious arete (#2 Arete) seen when approaching the boulder from the road.
Crashpads and a spotter is a good idea.
Looking up at Ian's Dyno.
|By Jay Samuelson|
From: Denver CO
Oct 30, 2012
rating: V6 7A
I went straight up from the pockets on this one, I didn't use the crimp/flake hold out right. Basically straight up the arrow line, fun route with good climbing.