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Arete with no Name V0 4
Critter Crack V0 4
Earthquake Problem V0 4 R
Easy Arete V-easy 3
Easy Face V-easy 3
Eightball V2 5+ R
Face with no Name V0 4
Flake to Nowhere V2 5+
Font, The V7 7A+
Fritz Face V6 7A
Guar Scar V3 6A
Hedge Clipper (aka Spooky) V1 5 R
Kodas' Corner V3 6A
Mantlelobotomy V1+ 5
Mazzi Corner V2 5+
Pan Cake V2-3 5+
Puggie go what? V-easy 3
Scorpion V1-2 5
Scrambled Eggs V3 6A
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Type: Boulder, 20 ft
FA: Chris Savage
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Shared By: Chris Owen on May 15, 2007
Admins: Chris Owen, jt512, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Just before January 17th, 1994 this was a lieback flake - it all changed when the Northridge 'Quake hit.

Steep face climbing on flat holds above spikey boulders make this a memorable problem.


East face on large boulder north of the trail when hiking away from the canyon boulders.


Spotters, pads, maybe even a rope.


Chris Owen
Big Bear Lake
Chris Owen   Big Bear Lake  
Good picture of this problem here:… May 16, 2007
Spider Savage
Los Angeles, ID
Spider Savage   Los Angeles, ID
Before the '94 quake we used to TR this as an easier problem. A few weeks after the quake I came upon 2 guys from Redondo Beach trying to get it on TR. It was sandy and much harder. They were failing but inspiring me. I was able to pull through on my 2nd or third try that day. I dimly recall one of the other guys may have made it too. Jun 14, 2010

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