Type: Boulder
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Shared By: Peter Franzen on Oct 31, 2006
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Description

AKA: High Tide. I guess it depends on what time of year you climb it!

Sit down start on the lower left. A series of slaps and tension moves to some underclings out right allow you to make your way up the arete to a fun topout. Fantastic movement.

This problem can only be done in its entirety when the river is very low.

Location

Right across the river from the main Riverside area.

Protection

Crashpad

Photos

Andy Liu
Eastern Sierra
 
Andy Liu   Eastern Sierra
 
kiff
 
kiff  
 
isn't this called low tide? Mar 30, 2012
HOTDOG Cosenza   Denver
Does anyone know the name/grade of the problem just up the hill behind High Tide? You can kind of make out part of it in the upper right corner in the above video. May 8, 2012
Captain Crusher
Salt Lake City
  V6
Captain Crusher   Salt Lake City
  V6
I'm not sure what the name is, but I did it, and it couldn't be rated higher than V3. May 9, 2012
TNoelleS801
manitou springs, co
TNoelleS801   manitou springs, co
the problem in question is called "dont leave too Soong" and is V3 Sep 22, 2012
ferrells  
 
Although I often disagree with the Knight of a Woeful Figure, I also think this may be called Lowtide. I'm definitely not sure, though. Can someone clear this up? Dec 21, 2012
Garrett C
SL, UT
  V6
Garrett C   SL, UT
  V6
Pretty consistent for the grade. One of the best v6's in Joes. Oct 29, 2017