Type: Boulder, 12 ft (4 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Peter Dodge on Dec 2, 2006
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge, Ben Strobel, Kyle Harding

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Description Suggest change

This is also a very cool boulder problem. When walking down the trail, Thanatopsis is located in a little cove.

Start with a sit start and work you way straight up. Both walls are off (aka- no stemming). After pulling through the two small roofs. Either end after the big ledge or if you are on top-rope all the way up. I have never done it on top-rope because the boulder section is the best.

Protection Suggest change

The landing is very slanted on this one. A spotter would ease the fear of falling.

Thanatopsis means a view of death. If you have no spotter this definition will make sense.

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