|Type: ||Boulder, 10'|
|Consensus: || Hueco: V4 Font: 6B [details]|
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|Submitted By: ||C Miller on Dec 29, 2008|
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Starting up Sloper Safari (V4), Joshua Tree NP
SDS at a low shelf and work up and slightly right on horizontals to the crux move, a long reach to a two-handed slot, before making another reach and and mantling over the sloping top. FYI - unlike the guidebook description the crux is down low unless you're mantelly-challenged.
Short but really fun climbing on mostly jugs with a definite crux.
Center of the west face where the rock starts to become undercut.
|Comments on Sloper Safari
|By Euan Cameron|
From: Redlands and Mammoth Lakes
Mar 21, 2010
rating: V4 6B
The mantle is the crux of the problem. The move to the break is long, but you can also move right then back left and up to the large slot - all the same problem.
Fun problem and a great one to pics from above as people squirm over the mantle.
|By Benjamin Chapman|
From: Small Town, USA
Nov 19, 2012
Mantelly-challenged....now that is a good one. Very well stated, Chris. We do need some consistency between Administrators regarding the spelling of mantel (vs. mantle).
|By Brian Chastain|
Feb 9, 2014
Pretty easy for the grade in J-Tree. Really fun though.