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Slippery Seam V4 6B
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Type: Boulder
FA: Paul Jones
Page Views: 158 total, 1/month
Shared By: Brian Runnells on Mar 24, 2007
Admins: Burt Lindquist, Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, Chris treggE

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Description

Start on the left facing slopey jug and make your way up the face using slope out left and the infamous "Green Seam".

Bring a brush so that the seam is a little less green.

Location

Located on the main wall of the Greatest Bluff boulder

Protection

Landing tends to slope downhill.
Chris treggE
Madison, Beersconsin
  V4+
Chris treggE   Madison, Beersconsin  
  V4+
Nice and clean for the comp. We had a half dozen on a send train yesterday after scrubbing. Hard but very satisfying V4, IMO. Apr 19, 2015
I've always gone right hand Sep 11, 2011
Man, tough one, do you guys go up to the seam with your right or left hand? Sep 10, 2011
After finally repeating this one again after not being able to do so for some time I'm inclined to agree with Paul. Not too bad if you can get in the right position. Would be more fun if the top would clean up a bit. Oct 17, 2010
Paul Jones
Madison, WI
Paul Jones   Madison, WI
Really an easy V4 - I was stoked to send it, then I showed EZ who promptly onsighted it in his tennis shoes Jun 12, 2007
That's kind of what it seemed like for me. I remember being able to get in a good position to reach the horizontal but last fall it seemed exceptionally far away... Apr 18, 2007
Terry Kieck  
 
I went up to this area Monday and the reach to the horizontal holds seems to be getting longer each year. Great problem! Always a good feeling to send it. Apr 12, 2007
Thanks for the correction. A really deceivingly hard problem for me. Apr 4, 2007
Terry Kieck  
 
Great problem first put up by Slippery Paul and he named it "Slippery Seam". Mar 27, 2007