Make powerful moves on small, sloping edges, past three bolts to a pretty good edge at the lip. There are better holds over the lip for clipping the anchors. Move-for-move, this route climbs like 12d. However, because there is no climbing up to or out of the crux sequence (entire route), there is no pump factor, making the route feel a bit easier, overall.
This might be considered a highball boulder problem by today's standards, although crash pads probably wouldn't prevent a certain level of injury if you blew the top moves.
This is located on the lower Coney Island wall, immediately left of Dampened Enthusiasm.
3 bolts to 2-bolt anchor.
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From: Eldorado Springs, CO
Jan 14, 2013
Feet are important on this route. Would be a fun boulder problem if not for the jagged rocks under it.