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Crimp Master V0+ 4+
Dihedral 5.11- 6c 22 VIII+ 22 E3 5c V2 5+
Door Dyno V0+ 4+
Dyno One V0 4
Dyno Traverse V1 5
Elevator, The V0 4
Four Corners V0- 4-
Hand Traverse V2 5+
High Exposure V0 4
Juvenile Delinquency V4 6B
Lorin's Reach V0+ 4+
North Crack V0- 4-
North Door V1 5
North Wall V2-3 5+
Number Cruncher V2 5+
Plummer's Crack V0- 4-
South Traverse V0 4
South Wall V0- 4-
South West Crack V0 4
Statics and Structures V3 6A
Walk Around V0- 4-
Windows V1 5
X marks the spot V2 5+
Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
Page Views: 4,572 total, 22/month
Shared By: Lorin Seeks on Dec 31, 2000
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

This is a fun, and a little bit exposed, high-ball problem.

Climb the corner, and reach into a positive crack underneath the roof. Stretch out and up to the window sill. Most people wuss out at this point. Check your nads, and reach out to the face. Follow up, and then move right over the airy traverse. Hint: For the transfer up to the sill, look for a nice little notch for your foot on the face.

Protection

Moving crash pad would be nice.

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Fiona Dunne
Boulder, CO
Fiona Dunne   Boulder, CO
Does this still exist? What side of the building is it on? Jul 7, 2014
I heard this was originally called "Two Broken Ankles" from an older Boulder climber... May 25, 2004
This route can be done without going entirely up onto the wall above but rather as a hand traverse with feet on the cement. Probably first done by Jim Collins in the late 1970's. May 27, 2003
This follows a "natural" line with highball moves and some cool campusing. The best thing found at the engineering center. May 26, 2001