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Tyler working his way up Suzie A
Start with your hands on the thin horizontal holds a few feet up on the left face of the Suzie A boulder. Work directly up the face using edges, horizontals and thin feet to the top out above. This is a great face climbing problem. Don't miss it if you like to climb the thin stuff.
For a harder variation (V2) move left from the holds above the start to climb between the arete and original route to the top.
A few feet right of the arete at a thin horizontal crack on the face of the Suzie A Boulder. (See Beta Photo)
Pads, lots of them. The business is down low and the top is relatively easy, but it's pretty important that you don't fall here. The book warns of the many ankles destroyed on this problem.
Jekich on Suzie A.
Kinda short so its a big stretch for me
Topping out on a fun problem. Photo by Brett Dela...