Type: Boulder
FA: Herm Feissner
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Shared By: ac on Aug 6, 2003
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

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Fleshfest is located on the overhanging blunt east-pointing arete of the BBC complex up in the main area for the Satellites. It is located sorta back in an alcove on the right just after Zero G, the obvious hand traverse problem on the right hand side of the trail. If you get to the warmup problems at the southeast edge of the BBC you've gone about 20 feet too far.

Simply put, Fleshfest is one of the most amazing looking boulder problems in the Boulder area. Unlike most of the other problems in the Satellites, the landing isn't great. Bring pads and spotters and you'll be fine for working the crux moves on small holds which come pretty quick. Fortunately, the topout is relatively tame, so don't let its highball nature and sketchy talus landing keep you from putting this one on your ticklist.

Happy sending.

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Multiple pads and spotters are nice

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