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Anarchist Crack T 
Beer Buzz 
Beer Can Full of Roaches.  T 
Captain's Traverse, The 
Decapitation  T 
Flatiron, The 
Flatiron-right side 
Guillotine West T 
Martini Madness 
Rampart Roof 
Saddle Sores 
Straight Shot 
Unzipped(aka The Zipper Direct) 
Zipper, The 
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The Captain's Traverse 

Hueco: V8 Font: 7B

Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V8 Font: 7B [details]
FA: Eric Z
Page Views: 836
Submitted By: Remo on Oct 17, 2009

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Traverse the face staying low on good holds.


Start at the base of the left corner and traverse right with reachy moves between good holds.


Variation on face with the Crack, to the right of Beer Buzz and Martini Madness.


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Rock Climbing Photo: Setting up for the scary dyno at the end
Setting up for the scary dyno at the end
Rock Climbing Photo: Sticking the finale dyno
Sticking the finale dyno

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By Brian Runnells
Oct 23, 2009

Shoe guy has this on his 8a card as V10
By Remo
From: Madison, WI
May 31, 2011

Ian Cotter-Brown just repeated this. He thought the moves were excellent. Psyched to try it!
By John W. Knoernschild
From: Wisconsin
Jun 20, 2011

Gotta question shoe guy's rating. He has insane ratings on .8a Like Peyote Blues being a 5.13d
By Ian CB
Jul 22, 2011

This problem is featured in our new film Midwest Unknown
By greg bahr
Sep 26, 2011

directions? i feel stupid i couldnt find this thing?
By Ian CB
Sep 26, 2011

Just slighly uphill and right from the flatiron 100-200 feet. It's on the same cliff band.

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