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Joe slappin' some squiggles.
Start on obvious chalked jug on right side of boulder. Climb the arete via compression sloper moves. Get to the jug at about 9 feet and top it out.
Variation 1: Zion Express (V6)- Start as of Pink Squiggles and climb only the arete avoiding the compression slopers out left. FA Todd Findley.
Variation 2: Assquatch (V8) Start with your right hand on the sloper just down and left of the start jug on Pink Squiggles and your left hand on a undercling rail just right of the "Speedbump" slopey feature. Pull off the ground and make a slap with your right hand up to the arete of Pink Squiggles. Finish as of Pink Squiggles. The name came about when I fell into the river when I slipped off the first move. FA Joe Varela.
A few pads and a spotter.
|Comments on Pink Squiggles
From: Morrison, Co
Apr 14, 2010
The "Zion Express" variation to this is quite fun. This is a great little bloc if you have limited time.
May 5, 2010
Is the sloper on the top right near the rail for Zion Express on or do you only use the arete and huck for the last move to the lip?
May 6, 2010
Re: Zion Express. Thanks for the props, Monty. Glad you had fun. Squish, Zion Express doesn't use any of the slopers out left, there's a way to do the problem static. Hint: There's a sloper to the right of the jug it's about four o'clock from the finishing jug further back on the arete. Cheers.
May 7, 2010
Sweet yo. Great problem. Is there a variation not using the said sloper you mentioned? I was hucking for it and almost got it. Planning on doing it dynamically next time.
|By Ryando Smithman|
From: Golden, CO
May 8, 2010
Excellent problem on excellent rock. Zion is a solid variation, too. I especially like how it is not contrived.