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Germ Free Adolescence V5 6C
Germ Free Adolescent SDS V7 7A+ PG13
Here Comes Sickness aka Germ Free Adolescent Right Sit V8 7B PG13
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Type: Boulder
FA: pretty sure it was John Sherman
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Shared By: cstorms on Jul 12, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description [Suggest Change]

The crux is coming over the lip, after hitting the big right hand crimp...the holds are all there, extremely solid. Make sure you position pads strategically, because it's good size and hitting the ground from the lip hurts. One hell of a problem.

Location [Suggest Change]

This is the obvious line out the center of the boulder, you can't miss it.

Protection [Suggest Change]

Pads and spotter necessary unless you are planning an onsight.

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I thought the crux was after sticking the lip when getting established on the slab. May 14, 2008
Monomaniac
Morrison, CO
Monomaniac   Morrison, CO  
F'shizzle. It's hard to mantle when your nuts are in your throat. May 15, 2008
cstorms
North Bend, OR
 
cstorms   North Bend, OR
 
Yep, thats what I meant...getting over the lip in general. Aug 7, 2008
LeeAB Brinckerhoff
ABQ, NM
 
LeeAB Brinckerhoff   ABQ, NM  
 
The sit starts are also great, adding a couple of difficult moves. Oct 13, 2008
dkish  
Yes, the FA is the Verm...note to the Administrator...thanks. Jan 13, 2012

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