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Type: Boulder, 12 ft
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Shared By: Paul Boardman on Feb 1, 2006
Admins: Aron Quiter, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Access Issue: Trails are closed from sunset to 6:00 am. Details

Description

Start sitting with the big jug and slap out to the arete. Move up (staying on the same face) via a shallow pocket to the top.

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tallmark515
San Francisco
  V4
tallmark515   San Francisco
  V4
I love this thing! Ever since I figured out how to do it, I do it every time I go to Castle Rock. Wouldn't call it V5 though. Oct 19, 2009
Robert Shortt
San Francisco, California
  V5
Robert Shortt   San Francisco, California
  V5
I think if you use the hold behind the arete it's V4, if you use arete only it's V5. Aug 3, 2013
Alan Zhan
Seattle, WA
 
Alan Zhan   Seattle, WA
 
had a ridiculous amount of fun on this one today. Way I did it felt V4ish (used hold behind arete), though it's definitely my style of problem. Gonna go back and see how it goes without that hold Sep 12, 2013

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