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Shared By: Andrew Tower on Jul 3, 2007
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Starts under a little roof and a car battery sized hold. Greasy feet and cool tension moves will get you to the arete to top out.


pads good landing


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PatG   Tulsa,Ok
been working on it for about 5 days, really cool problem. a lot of polished feet though (as usual with chandler) Apr 30, 2008
Cody Gogo
Stillwater, OK
Cody Gogo   Stillwater, OK
i've always heard this problem named as sammy as well. it's a really cool start with some rad moves. Feb 27, 2009
I believe that this problem goes much better at a V3-4. I have climbed at Hueco Tanks, TX and couldn't get even close to a V6, and that was about 1 year after Sam. I think it would do the Chandler climbers better when traveling abroad. Sep 19, 2010
Adam Stackable
Tulsa, OK
Adam Stackable   Tulsa, OK
Such a good one, subtle intricate beta and and the last hard move to the horizontal jug requires a lot of precision. When I first worked it, I was struggling hard on the first 8 feet, and eventually Jack Dixon walked by or something and took pity on me and asked if I wanted some beta. Turns out there is thoughtful precise way to float through that first section, great problem. If I remember correctly, bumping the left hand into an undercling helps. Maybe. 3 days ago