Type: Boulder, 13 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jay Samuelson on Jul 26, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This is the northeast arete on the cube, just east of Breashears crack II. Start on a good undercling for the left hand and an alright pinch on the arete for the right hand, find some feet, and stand up. Once you hit the next ledge from here, the problem eases up quite a bit, but with fun movement up good ledges all the way to the top. Moves somewhat left off of the arete.


A pad would be nice for the topout


TJ Binkley
Denver Co
TJ Binkley   Denver Co
Good warmup...don't fall off though. Jun 5, 2010
Sean Wolf
Denver, CO
Sean Wolf   Denver, CO
Low crux. Jugs at the top, don't be intimidated. Sep 16, 2010
New Haven, CT
GabeO   New Haven, CT
Felt harder than V1 to me, but I'm not really a boulderer, so my opinion ain't worth much. Jun 6, 2012
This may be an easy problem, but it is so much fun. Great climb to do a few laps on as a warm-up. May 6, 2014
Brett Billings
Fort Collins, CO
Brett Billings   Fort Collins, CO
From the LH undercling and right hand pinch, getting established and the moves to get both hands up before the next move to hit the jug felt V2 to me. Starting at the holds below the jug and up feels closer to V1. Jun 26, 2015
David Tennant
Denver, CO
  V1 R
David Tennant   Denver, CO
  V1 R
I suggest checking out the finish from the top first before committing to the final moves. It'll give you a lot more confidence knowing where that last jug on the right is before topping out. Found using the sidepull on the left instead of the undercling for the start made the start way more straightforward and less bunched up. Sep 14, 2015