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Nobody Here Gets Out Alive V2 5+
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Shared By: Aimee Rose on Mar 31, 2006
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This fiercely overhanging problem is the best V2 in the world.


This problem is located on the west face of the Grenade. Sit start as far back in the good huecos as you can.


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Craig Childre
Lubbock, Texas
Craig Childre   Lubbock, Texas
Try the no-hands feet-only start, toe hooking in the huecos instead of the standard sit. Sep 11, 2006
Nobody Here Gets Out Alive is the name of the climb, i always say it backwards! May 15, 2009
bluelizardclimbingandyoga   bluelizardclimbingandyoga.
A chunk broke off of the first right-hand lip hold several months ago. It isn't really all that important unless you're short. Aug 1, 2015
See those hedgehog cactus near the start? Legend has it that they once were growing all over the now perfect landing. Dec 2, 2015
Once upon a time the start was really low, with a hard first move. Most people started a bit higher anyway, in the huge hole where you might also start with a bat hang. The point of this comment? To let you know that you can no longer start below that huge hole because the hueco under it ripped off a few weekends ago because people climbed on this problem after extremely heavy rain. What's crazy is the entire hueco plate is gone, so you'd probably never miss it if you weren't aware of the true lower start to begin with! Mar 5, 2018

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