East coast of Africa visible to the left, balancing boulder just to the right behind climber.<br>
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A cool V2 on the lower boulder (the one in the middle/right in the topo). Start on high holds in the crack, and go straight up from there. There are holds to the right as well as left of the crack, and you can top out on either side (but stay close to the crack). Topout can be a bit scary if you're not very solid on V2 - this photo angle doesn't give a good sense of the height or commitment.
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Dave Wachter
Feb 26, 2009
East coast of Africa visible to the left, balancing boulder just to the right behind climber.

A cool V2 on the lower boulder (the one in the middle/right in the topo). Start on high holds in the crack, and go straight up from there. There are holds to the right as well as left of the crack, and you can top out on either side (but stay close to the crack). Topout can be a bit scary if you're not very solid on V2 - this photo angle doesn't give a good sense of the height or commitment.

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East coast of Africa visible to the left, balancing boulder just to the right behind climber.<br>
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A cool V2 on the lower boulder (the one in the middle/right in the topo). Start on high holds in the crack, and go straight up from there. There are holds to the right as well as left of the crack, and you can top out on either side (but stay close to the crack). Topout can be a bit scary if you're not very solid on V2 - this photo angle doesn't give a good sense of the height or commitment.