|Type: ||Boulder, 16'|
|Consensus: || Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]|
|FA: ||John Bachar|
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|Submitted By: ||Joe Brophy on Nov 3, 2004|
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This problem haunted my dreams for 6 years after f...
This classic problem takes a proud line directly up the middle of the large boulder near False Up 20 (V0-), and sits directly across the road from Double Cross. Depending on how tall you are there are a few different starting holds, but thin holds are the name of the game on this problem. Don't breath too hard as you might blow yourself off the crux, but as you hit that last hold with your right hand, rest assured that the final throw for the lip might look far but that hold is huge!
You will want 2 pads if you are working this by yourself. If not, 1 pad and a good spotter will do. It's probably about 15' high.
|By Crack Addict|
From: San Diego, CA
Jan 9, 2005
Technical and painful. A Josh classic. Love this problem!
|By Adam Stackhouse|
Jun 27, 2007
rating: V5-6 6C+ PG13
No matter the starting holds one chooses, the crux comes at the end, which has spit off many talented climbers. Another desert classic.
|By Colin R|
From: Ottawa, ON
Oct 4, 2013
rating: V5 6C
Titan - Why are you climbing sideways? That's looks sketchy....jk
|By Matt Michael|
From: Oceanside, CA
Dec 20, 2013
rating: V5+ 6C+
Much harder for me than the neighboring False Block Head Sit Start (Also Rated V5), but so much better