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|Shared By:||Alan Nelson on Feb 28, 2002|
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This is a classic "easy" old school highball problem. There's a nice pad zone underneath, but you'll still be high enough to hurt yourself if you come off the top. In the middle of the north face of the Eliminator boulder is a little black marble two or three feet above the ground. Above it are some slightly rightward trending seams. Head up the face using those features and a variety of smears and high steps. Don't fall from the top.