Type: Boulder
FA: Steven Nance
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Shared By: Robby Cribbs on Mar 18, 2007 · Updates
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This is an incredible sequential problem to a sketchy topout with excellent layback moves on thin edges, all overhanging. It is possibly the most fun problem in the valley.

Sit start. Right hand goes up a series of gaston moves left hand has good sidepulls and crimps, then a cool sight right foot drop knee, and left hand goes for a dynamic move to a cool triangle shaped pocket as a sidepull, super cool move! After this you can reach a series of good jugs, and continue straight up into very very highball range, or go right on the jugs to the top outs of the main sunshine wall. this is recommended 

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This is in the middle of the bouldering area. The top of the crux looks like a heart with a crack in it.

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2 crashpads. The landing can be dangerous.

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