This is the low, bulgy problem at the east end of the big boulder's south face (V3). Start with both hands matched on the low shelf, and throw the left heel up to match (heel is still on start hold in the photo). Cross over with left hand to a sidepull, then swing the right hand out to a small crimp (sequence pictured here). Scrunchy to get set up to grab the upper crimps, which take you up the slopey topout.
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Dave Wachter
Feb 26, 2009
This is the low, bulgy problem at the east end of the big boulder's south face (V3). Start with both hands matched on the low shelf, and throw the left heel up to match (heel is still on start hold in the photo). Cross over with left hand to a sidepull, then swing the right hand out to a small crimp (sequence pictured here). Scrunchy to get set up to grab the upper crimps, which take you up the slopey topout.

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This is the low, bulgy problem at the east end of the big boulder's south face (V3). Start with both hands matched on the low shelf, and throw the left heel up to match (heel is still on start hold in the photo). Cross over with left hand to a sidepull, then swing the right hand out to a small crimp (sequence pictured here). Scrunchy to get set up to grab the upper crimps, which take you up the slopey topout.