Type: Boulder, 19 ft (6 m)
FA: David Breashears
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Shared By: Chris Dawson on Feb 21, 2002 · Updates
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This is located on the "square block" about halfway up the hill. The block can be seen from the Black Hole directly above a large pine tree on the middle of the hillside. This problem is rad. The crux is the first 8-10 feet. It has really thin laybacks and jams. The upper half of the problem is easier but pretty highball. Unless you regularly onsight .11+ finger cracks, I'd recommend a pad. This is the crack up the center of the northwest face of the square block. There are problems up both aretes on either side of the face. I'm not sure who did the first ascent or if there are any cool historical facts about this one. This is one of my favorite boulder problems. It is worth every star.

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Two or three crashpads and two spotters are preferable. The problem is about 19 feet high with a bad landing. Consider bring plenty of tape.

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