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Bulging Slab V3 6A
Center Line V1-2 5
Face, The V3 6A
Groove, The V0+ 4+
High Flake V4- 6B
Kaptain Face V5 6C
Ledge System V-easy 3
Red Streak V5 6C
Round Pebble V4 6B
Slippery Slope V3-4 6A+ PG13
Traverse, The V5 6C
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Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Scott Rogers on Apr 2, 2006
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Directly to the right of "Kaptain Face", there is a problem that climbs the thin seam which turns into a small chimney. Many small edges and laybacks are present. This is a fun Flagstaff problem.

Protection

A crashpad is necessesary unless you intend on flashing.

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Potrero Chico, MEX
  V5- PG13
MAKB   Potrero Chico, MEX  
  V5- PG13
I'd say if you plan on falling on this, you probably want more than one pad. The landing is pretty bad, 'cause it's pretty uneven and sloping away. Super fun route though! FA: Bob Culp, early 1960s. Oct 30, 2010
This problem starts with an obvious undercling that leads to a large sidepull. A direct start exists that goes from opposing sidepulls in the two seams on either side of the first edge of the problem. The direct start is hard to get off the ground on, but provides the more "flow" to the problem. Some people call the direct start v6. Apr 3, 2006