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Sit start low as for "White Trash", matched on a heavily chalked horizontal jug. Move left and up a right-facing dihedral feature to iron crimps on the slab above. Make a reach to a pair of pockets and continue up the slab.
This is a great problem with lots of climb requiring a diversity of skills.
In "The Back Nine", just past Deception, locate a tall, long west facing wall with several problems. This is the second problem from the right, just left of "White Trash".
This is fairly tall and a fall from the top is possible, so bring many pads and a good spotter.
Dobbe moving up Junky.
Travis Cruising Junky
|By randy baum|
From: Minneapolis, MN
Mar 30, 2013
maybe my favorite 7 at LRC. features every type of hold: a pinch, some crimps, a gaston, pockets (even a mono), an undercling, slab/slopers. very unique crux. challenging for the tall (because of the bottom) and the short (because of the top). love it!
|By Jay Shultis|
From: Blacksburg VA
Apr 15, 2013
I agree, this problem is amazing... but bottom half is V3 (tall or short!)
Nov 14, 2013
rating: V7 7a+
one of my favorite climbs to date