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The Sarcophagus boulder  

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Submitted By: Krull on Nov 23, 2010


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Obvious fatty on the hillside above the gay route blinded by the light in atlantis

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Sarcophagus Right V6-7 7A+  AZ : Central Arizona : ... : The Sarcophagus boulder
start with your right on a nice incut crimp (about a full pad) and a butter undercling with ur left and a small left toe out to the right, reach left up to a nice incut crimp ('bout half a pad) adjust your feet and lunge up to a nice small edge that is slightly slopey, lock that off and lunge to a nasty gastone, get your left foot up and keep your core tite, lock the gastone off with your right and cross left into a killer crimp, lock off the killer crimp, walk your feet over and reach way up to...[more]   Browse More Classics in AZ

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By Trey Lewis
From: Glendale, Az
Nov 25, 2010
Sweet! thanks for adding this boulder. I think I'll be able to check this boulder out this weekend.
By Krull
Dec 3, 2010
No problem bud, you're my bud
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