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This section is reserved for various problems in various areas off the beaten path at Big Bend.


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the crux

Sloper City V8 7B  UT : Moab Area : ... : Various Areas
This boulder is sick and a complete power and core problem with techy balance and finesse, there are three crux's, first you go all the way back in the cave and sit on a obvious sit start rock with jugs in your face pull a couple fun moves to a big jug sloper and do a three foot drop down to another sloper (first crux) at that point you should be horizontal and both hands on lower sloper rail then the fun begins do some super core moves to the middle of the rail and be delicate here this is the ...[more]   Browse More Classics in UT

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By ben jammin
From: Moab, UT
Dec 13, 2013

The two problems listed here are up on the hillside. Maybe we could change it to The Hillside and I would add a bunch of problems that are up in this area (Belcer Traverse, Wynona, Big Horn Beaver etc.)