Type: Boulder, 16 ft
FA: John Bachar
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Shared By: C Miller on Dec 31, 2004
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Left of the JBMFP is this striking right-slanting arete problem. Start with one hand on the arete and another on a small edge and then bump up to a good sloper, get into balance and then rail out the arete about halfway until possible to throw a foot over and rock onto the slab above. Taller climbers seem to have a slight advantage on this problem. Two stars out of five.




Jason Chinchen
Bend, Oregon
Jason Chinchen   Bend, Oregon
None of the tall climbers I was with could do this.... Dec 18, 2010
Adam Stackhouse    
Oceanside, Ca
nds   Oceanside, Ca
Per the most recent guidebook this would be considered False Grit (v3). True Grit (v4) continues up the arete to the top of the boulder and does not rock over onto slab. Definitely harder to continue up arete. Jan 20, 2015
Adam Stackhouse    
And which guidebook might that be? Jan 20, 2015
Oceanside, Ca
nds   Oceanside, Ca
The 2012 Edition of the Joshua Tree Bouldering Guidebook by Miramontes. Jan 20, 2015