Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Neal Kaptain
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Shared By: Obi on Aug 14, 2007
Admins: Euan Cameron, Colin Parker, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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A dynamic problem off of two small crimps. Set your feet and throw for the juggy bowl up right.


On the large, orange, slightly overhanging wall facing the clearing of the Facemeat area.


Crashpad(s), spotter


Neal Kaptain did the first ascent. First or second try, right off the couch. I did watch, however. Oct 26, 2007
C Miller   CA  
Thanks for the FA info Kerwin, and it's great to see you posting on the site. Oct 28, 2007
Special secret beta: Go to the top and clear pine needles out of the giant bucket, because the mantle is kind of the crux. Also, throwing left to sloper first was easier for me and friends. Soft 6, pretty fun. Jun 11, 2009
J T  
Grant sending I think Haha That is, if this is the beta.
youtube.com/watch?v=PkiucX8… Oct 16, 2012
Tony Shiao
Santa Barbara
Tony Shiao   Santa Barbara
I'm short (5'6), and throwing for the left (no it's not exactly a bucket jug, but yes, it will stick) is much, much easier for me. Mantle is still the crux, and I crimped on crystals and ended up with a lot of scratches on my arms. Awesome sauce problem. Jun 15, 2015
Clif Clap
Clif Clap  
Went right and certainly seemed like a harder throw than going left, though I didn't try that version. Hard pull off little crimps and tricky foot positioning. Mantel is fine. Jan 15, 2018