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Cellar Door V3 6A
Cool Down V0- 4-
Fridge Arete, The V4+ 6B+
Fridge Center, The V4 6B
Fridge Door V2 5+
Fridge Left, The V8 7B
Fridge Slab V0 4
Jumping Spiders V4- 6B
Skidmarks V5-6 6C+
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: jonah on Mar 6, 2006
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick, Nate Ball

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Climb the obvious steep arete of the Fridge boulder, using slopers, pinches and body tension. Finishes with a really fun toss to a knob and a rockover up high.


It is the obvious, overhanging arete on the NW side of the boulder.


2 pads are nice. The throw to the knob is a little heady, but the landing is fine.


Washington State
BenJamN   Washington State
Mike Brady- how is this contrived? The line is to climb the arete using the holds on the arete. Feet are whatever works for you.

Definitely not easy when its hot. Its been done with heel hook to right or toe hook to the left by hooking it on the block of the fridge center.

For what its worth this was first climbed in the mid 90s sans pads.
Although the tree that used to exist near it provided some rigid-support (i.e ankle twisting potential). May 3, 2017
Mike Brady
Van Diesel, OR
Mike Brady   Van Diesel, OR
Fun but contrived Oct 12, 2015
Alan Zhan
Seattle, WA
Alan Zhan   Seattle, WA
super rad, super hard. Haven't done it yet, but so close... Feb 24, 2015
tanner jones
tanner jones  
one of my all time favorites -- this thing is spectacular. the beta that worked for me was cold temps and a high right toe, as opposed to the heel hook. there's an intermediate left hand bump before the good buldge/knob. Nov 3, 2013
Kevin Peter  
AKA "Fridge Right", From Kelly Sheridan's guide Central Washington Bouldering. May 10, 2012

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