Type: Trad, 20 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Paul Rezucha on Dec 3, 2005
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Description

Candy Corn Boulder starts just right of Beginner's Cracks where two obvious large crack systems angle towards each other and meet about 12' up. Climb left, right, or both to get to easier ground above. I gave this a one star as if you try various starts, you get lots of practice using different crack techniques. By using just the left crack, or just the right crack, or using both cracks, all go at 5.7 or so. Jamming the right crack as a straight-in hand jam goes at 5.9. A good finish to this climb continues up on ramp/large flake above to where you can step left onto the large knob on face. Angle up and right for an easier finish (5.7) or step left further on the two large knobs and continue straight up as on the finish of Popcorn (5.10a depending on height).

Protection

Candy Corn Boulder is usually done as a toprope but the climb could be protected with medium to large pro up to the beginning of Popcorn but is probably not worth it. Leading up even the easy variation of Popcorn would be run out. Anchors on the top of Beginner's Cracks could be used for toproping this climb.

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