|Consensus: || Hueco: V2- Font: 5+ [details]|
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|Submitted By: ||B-Mkll on Apr 19, 2013|
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Great problem with precise feet, though it is all of three moves. Start low with your left hand on a good sidepull and your right on the arete. Pull off the ground and slap blindly to a horrible rail around right, adjust feet, and mantle up the beautiful top edge.
It is short, sweet, and pretty darn hard but definitely a one-move wonder.
On top of the crag across Wampatuck Rd. just East of the Rattlesnake Rocks' main crag is a tiny, perched boulder, all of 5 feet high. This problem ascends the overhanging North face and arete.
Probably none, or a small pad. This thing is no more than 5 feet tall.
From: Bozeman, MT
Apr 19, 2013
Will get the full send on this next trip, likely Sunday 4/21 to confirm the rating.