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Asylum V10- 7C+
Baby Robbins T 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a V0- 4-
Business Is business V8- 7B R
Corn Flake T 5.7 5a 15 V+ 13 MVS 4b
Eppulator, The T 5.11- 6c 22 VIII+ 22 E3 5c
Fake Eppulator, The V7- 7A+
Girl's Climb TR 5.10c/d 6b+ 21 VII+ 21 E3 5b
I Would Die For You T 5.12 7b+ 27 VIII+ 26 E6 6b V4 6B
Jaws T 5.11a 6c 22 VII+ 22 E3 5c V1 5
Jaws Arete TR 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b
Karl's Error T 5.10 6b 20 VII- 19 E2 5b
Karl's New Error V7 7A+
Sausage Sandwich V2+ 5+
Shawn's Knobs T 5.10- 6a 18 VI+ 18 E1 5a V0+ 4+
Worst Climb In The World TR 5.11b 6c 23 VIII- 23 E3 5c
Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Adam Stackhouse on Aug 1, 2006
Admins: Marc Kajut, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

This is a shaded cave like hand traverse from the left to right "fin" of sorts, to a big stick with the right hand to exit. Keeping the feet way left helps. Hard

Location

A small collection of boulders hidden by bushes on the righthand side of the switchback just after the Jaws exit and Rockwork Orange exit.

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youtu.be/Ov78raeltVc Jun 12, 2017
On Friday night I saw these ridiculous tick marks on this boulder. Is this for real? If so, please don't do it again. On the other hand, it may be a comment on some other recent egregrious tick marks, in which case I guess it is kind of funny.
Jul 3, 2016
glc
CA
 
glc   CA
 
GPS: 33 00.355 N 116 58.089 W The red mark in the picture is where The Fake Eppulator is located. It's partially under a tree and another larger boulder. You can climb the arete too, which is really cool as well and comparable in difficulty.
Apr 9, 2016
I'm having a little bit of trouble finding this problem. If any of you know the coordinates, or can mark it on a map thatd be awesome. Apr 7, 2016
Matt Michael
Oceanside, CA
  V7-
Matt Michael   Oceanside, CA
  V7-
Felt harder than some v7s that I've done. Felt v7- was appropriate after some reconsideration. Granted, those v7s were at tram, and were probably soft for the grade. Mar 14, 2014
GoBoy
 
GoBoy  
 
Great problem. Feels like the standard for a short V7. Dec 8, 2013
There is also a direct finish that goes straight up to small edge, instead of the big move right. Both lines feel around V5 to me,
but the direct line may be more doable for short people because a smaller friend did that move easy but couldn't stick the dyno. Mar 26, 2013
H Poet
  V6-7 PG13
H Poet  
  V6-7 PG13
Easily a V6 if not a V7. Super fun, low dyno to finish up. Mar 26, 2013
ron amick
poway, ca
ron amick   poway, ca
Henny and Greg are right about the real eppulator being the dike problem facing the road, on adjacent boulder, gary is right about eppersons lunge being at santee not woodson (greg epperson had nothing to do with the the problem in question) and Doug is correct about it being called the B1 lunge BITD

...my 2 cents Dec 11, 2011
G.McCay
Galloway, NJ
G.McCay   Galloway, NJ
@atp...Eppi's Lunge is at Santee Boulders, to the right of Shockley's Lunge (wink). Nov 7, 2011
dtomczik
Bishop, CA
dtomczik   Bishop, CA
Before becoming the popular boulder problem that it is now, it is my understanding that the problem never had a name. Chucking from the rail to the lip was simply referred to as "the B1 lunge across from jaws." Jun 11, 2011
atp
Clairemont Mesa, CA
  V6-7
atp   Clairemont Mesa, CA
  V6-7
Great problem not typical to woodson. Starting left around the corner outside of what the picture shows on a big flake/rail. Took me some time to get but really happy I did. I agree with the eppulator being next to the road. I've been told the problem was called eppersons lunge, it sounded fitting to the problem. May 23, 2011
Adam Stackhouse    
 
Greg, Darrell et al.,

I changed the name to reflect your information. Thanks May 3, 2011
EliotAC
Mill Valley
  V6
EliotAC   Mill Valley
  V6
This is also known as the "Fake Eppulator" May 3, 2011
Greg is right. The real Eppulator is the dike on the adjacent boulder, facing and totally obvious from the hairpin. Mar 6, 2011
GregH
San Diego, CA
GregH   San Diego, CA
For what it is worth, this is not the Eppulator, this V6 is unnamed.

the real Eppulator is on the adjacent boulder but facing the road. Mar 5, 2011
This problem is hard for sure! I would say that a stout v6 grade would be a good call. All the move are there just connecting the dots is a bit power endurancy. Jan 2, 2010
Adam Stackhouse    
 
Having little intimacy with the V-Scale, you could be correct. I too have spent many hours on this beauty, sans the send. The rating posted is a reflection of a V-Scale translation to the original rating of 5.12
Maybe at the time (as with many climbs) the FA folks dared to rate things harder than the given "hard" rating of the day... Jul 2, 2008
I think V5 is at least a two grade sandbag. I've sessioned this thing with a few different friends who routinely dispatch V7+ pretty quickly, and nobody has ever even done the top throw let alone linked it up from the sit. Who knows though. prolly little harder than V5 from the sit. Jun 20, 2008
Scotty Nelson
Boulder
Scotty Nelson   Boulder
Actually a genuine boulder problem without a crummy landing. Tough. Sep 28, 2006