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The super-cool problem on the south face of the balancing boulder (V3). Can be started by standing on the pedestal and underclinging the dark, disk-shaped blob with both hands, but it's even better to do the problem using only the balancing boulder itself. Start with both hands on the blob (there are chalked holds on the top left of the blob, and right in the middle of it - the climber's left hand is still on the start hold in this photo). Feet start out to the left. A big first move to the sloper (shown in photo), and then figure out how to get up from there. Various different sequences seem to work better for different people.
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Dave Wachter
Feb 26, 2009
The super-cool problem on the south face of the balancing boulder (V3). Can be started by standing on the pedestal and underclinging the dark, disk-shaped blob with both hands, but it's even better to do the problem using only the balancing boulder itself. Start with both hands on the blob (there are chalked holds on the top left of the blob, and right in the middle of it - the climber's left hand is still on the start hold in this photo). Feet start out to the left. A big first move to the sloper (shown in photo), and then figure out how to get up from there. Various different sequences seem to work better for different people.  

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The super-cool problem on the south face of the balancing boulder (V3). Can be started by standing on the pedestal and underclinging the dark, disk-shaped blob with both hands, but it's even better to do the problem using only the balancing boulder itself. Start with both hands on the blob (there are chalked holds on the top left of the blob, and right in the middle of it - the climber's left hand is still on the start hold in this photo). Feet start out to the left. A big first move to the sloper (shown in photo), and then figure out how to get up from there. Various different sequences seem to work better for different people.