Tim's Sloper Problem
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Squat start with two opposing sidepulls (right hand is discrete but locate the good edge below the obvious flat hold) and slap up and right to a large sloping rail, aiming as high as you can reach. Feet up and slap left to another decent sloper again aiming high. With the right hand, bump from a bad sloper to, you guessed it, another sloper. Press to the final slope with high feet and some left hand trickery.
Top 100 in Bourdon's guidebook. A must do.
Follow the main trail past the Titanic Boulder and look for slopers.
Couple of crashpads and a spotter as the topout is a bit tenuous.
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