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|Shared By:||Jesse Ryan on Jul 19, 2001|
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Downhill and to the left from the meditation boulder, or downhill and right of Bolt Wall, Cat's Eye and Talent Scout lies this low boulder, unassuming in nature until one looks at the 20 foot long, 5' high overhanging west face. Traverse along the face without using the top (two variations for finish include the standard by staying on the finishing rail, or using the slopers on the top of the rock). Very fun power endurance, once you become very familiar reverse the problem. Or start working the V9 but scraping low traverse.
Other than the small boulder near the end of the problem, and the horizontal nature of some of the moves, this traverse remains within a couple feet of a soft landing the whole way. Bring either a crash pad or a spotter make this lowball very safe, after a little work you'll feel safe without either.