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Left Corner Problem V4 6B
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Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: Groth
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Shared By: Remo on Jul 1, 2007
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, Chris treggE

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Climb left side of boulder. Start low and go for deep pocket. Match on football pinch and hit baseball pinch with right hand, Top-out

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Left side of the Man-eater

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Skyler F.
La Crosse, WI
  V5
Skyler F.   La Crosse, WI
  V5
Repeated this line again today with the direct top out and thought it was around V5. I always heard the direct top out is V5 and going into the top out of the ManEater is V4. I say pick your own adventure! Oct 12, 2014
Adam J. Clark
Mill Creek, WA
  V4
Adam J. Clark   Mill Creek, WA
  V4
I used a crimp side pull, located immediately above the baseball pinch, and a left toehook in the slot to transition in to the mantle. Sep 12, 2013
Ely Finucane
Lakewood, Colorado
  V5-
Ely Finucane   Lakewood, Colorado
  V5-
Nope, no heel hook on the arete. After i reached some holds up high, i did a HIGH right foot step on the football. Then i rocked the body weight up and stepped the left foot on the bulge. From there you can easily reach a good jug to asstist in the mantle. Jan 16, 2012
fat cow
St. Paul, MN
fat cow   St. Paul, MN
Strong work Ely, did you use a left heel hook high up on a small dish on the left side of the arete? just curious. Sounds like Remo has sent direct. Jan 13, 2012
Ely Finucane
Lakewood, Colorado
  V5-
Ely Finucane   Lakewood, Colorado
  V5-
Yesterday Skyler and myself worked the left corner direct and both of us sent. We didn't use any of the holds to the right beyond the baseball hold on the face. Just curious to what the beta for the original corner problem is. The direct was definitely harder, probably V5. Do we have a FA on our hands??? Probably not, but lets hear some input. Jan 11, 2012
fat cow
St. Paul, MN
fat cow   St. Paul, MN
hmm my understanding was that you finish with the maneater topout after the football baseball holds. Does it go harder than V4 with the direct topout then, because it seemed pretty tough and super heady with the dropoff below when you get up there. Also Ringer broke off a pretty key sidepull going for the topout and almost died, dick. Jan 11, 2012
Remo
Madison, WI
 
Remo   Madison, WI
 
J Hann, I go straight up the corner. I also slap a good hold up and right above the Man-eater to help pull the feet up for the finish. Nov 15, 2011
Jimmy D
Rapid City
Jimmy D   Rapid City
Does the finish of this problem stick to the corner, or does go to the right and end on the man eater direct finish? Nov 1, 2011
Sam Daley
Minneapolis, Minnesota
  V4
Sam Daley   Minneapolis, Minnesota
  V4
This is a great, powerful route, with unique holds and solid movement. Oct 9, 2011
Corey Morris
Landstuhl, Germany
Corey Morris   Landstuhl, Germany
FA Dave Groth Apr 11, 2009