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There's many ways to start this problem. The original is in blue and feels v3/4 ish. The sit (Red) feels v5. The stand (Green) feels v2. The yellow line is a v8-ish dyno problem.
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Jake Perry
Nov 1, 2015
There's many ways to start this problem. The original is in blue and feels v3/4 ish. The sit (Red) feels v5. The stand (Green) feels v2. The yellow line is a v8-ish dyno problem.  
matthewWallace
Sandwich, NH
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
Did you guys try the v8 at all? I am curious what the start position is? Can you use 'A Boy and His Dog' for feet? Nov 3, 2015
Jake Perry
Concord, NH
Jake Perry   Concord, NH
I've tried the v8 a little bit, but it's pretty hard. I've never thought about using A Boy And His Dog for feet, which might work well, but I have tried using the wall to the right for feet, which is still pretty hard, but feels okay. There is another weird hold underneath the boulder, that could be used for an undercling maybe, and there is some good foot holds that make it so you might not need to use the other boulders for feet.

I still haven't really figured out the best way to start the climb, but I feel like really it's just going to come down to pulling hard and jumping for the lip. It might be a good idea to have a softer pad on top of another pad for the landing, cause I can imagine myself falling pretty hard. This climb also needs to be cleaned more. Nov 4, 2015
Ian McAfee
Concord, NH
Ian McAfee   Concord, NH
Looked at the v8 a bit, you definitely want to use feet on the right wall (if it's 'on') to start, which seems like you false grip the bottom point of the diamond, and there's definitely usable (but small) holds along the left arete. It was pretty wet, so I only did a couple of moves, and I don't know what bryce has to say about it in the underground guide but it really doesn't seem like you'd just do a huge insane dyno from the start position. I could be wrong, definitely will come back when my finger heals. Nov 6, 2015

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