Type: Boulder
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Shared By: Monomaniac on Mar 31, 2006
Admins: mattm, Matt Richardson, Tommy Blackwell

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This route ascends the NW arete of the Trac II Boulder. Begin with the right hand on the heavily chalked hold on the arete, 7 feet above the ground, and the left hand pinching a crimper sidepull 5 feet above the ground and 4 feet left of the arete (this start is reachy for shorties). Bring the feet up into a high stem, drop your left knee, and move left hand up to the high sidepull crimp. Adjust feet, and bump the left hand to the obvious 1/2" horizontal crimp. Move the right hand up the arete (crux?), then bump. The next pocket out left is relatively jug-like. Hit the lip and mantle easily. Descend the west side.

Location Suggest change

Facing DDD, walk left and then turn right into a corridor. Baby Face is the tall arete on the left.

Protection Suggest change

crash pads