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Boxer Problem, The V2 5+
Crankcase V3 6A
Fishbait V1 5
Gambit V1+ 5
Grunge V0 4
Manx V-easy 3
Meat Substitute V2 5+
Off Camber V4 6B
Out of Touch V2+ 5+
Ribtickler V2 5+
Right Arete V0- 4-
Scuttlebutt V1 5
South Face V-easy 3
Thingamajig V0- 4-
Thingamajump V1 5
Undertow V3 6A
Wrangler V2 5+
Xylophone V2 5+
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Type: Boulder, 13 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Will S on Jan 14, 2007
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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A fun problem that is a good bit easier for tall people. Make a long move to a crimp, step up onto a bad foot and grab the undercling. Mantle over the top on good slopers. For short people, getting the undercling will likely be the crux, for taller people the topout.


Just left of Undertow, going to an obvious undercling flake about 8ft off the ground. Descend by chimneying down between the two boulders.




Jon McCartie
Sandpoint, ID
Jon McCartie   Sandpoint, ID
my beta:… Dec 27, 2007
Euan Cameron
Mammoth Lakes
Euan Cameron   Mammoth Lakes  
Those less than 5'10" will find it hard for V2, but it is a great little problem Mar 2, 2008
J T  
I'm 5'2" and found the hardest part of this to be the top out. I started on the two crimps closer to the bottom rather than the crimp rail in the middle. I thought this climb was leaning more towards girl beta with all the crimps and high steps. The moves are rather large if the intermediates are not utilized, but fun! Mar 25, 2012
How proud I felt in my heyday when I flashed this problem! Fun stuff! Jun 30, 2012
I'm 6' and the reach to the undercling came easily. Committing top whatever the height, however. Slopey up there. Fun! Dec 6, 2013
Sys Ex
Lake Forest, CA
Sys Ex   Lake Forest, CA
For shorter people there is a right hand crimp about 6" below the undercling. Jan 26, 2014

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