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Routes in Ozzy Area

Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Robert Dominguez on Oct 11, 2007
Admins: saxfiend, Brad "Stonyman" Killough

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Description

This problem tests your core strength. You're never more than four feet off the ground. Traverse right to left. Start off with a heel-hook with your right foot. Start matched on a good jug, move left for a crossover with your right hand.

V1 moves- but don't let this rating fool you. Pumpy, endurance, technique- all around spectacular problem.

Location

Keep walking past Ozzy Boulder, on your left. Looks like a tiny cave.

Protection

Pad and your spotter to move it over the rocks below.

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I think this is a solid V3. Or the most sandbagged V2! I love this problem. Great moves and pumpy. It's great if you are by yourself as long as you have two pads. Very fun, may be my favorite problem there! May 5, 2017
Tim Foote
  V3-
Tim Foote  
  V3-
I think this is the hardest 2 (in the guide book) i've ever sent.I would rate it a three. Clark Direct in the middle of this boulder is a 3 and it's essentially the same moves as only the ending of long shot. Don't let this problem get you down. Jan 10, 2016
Robert Dominguez
Birmingham, AL
 
Robert Dominguez   Birmingham, AL
 
Yep- go straight up at the left end of the lip. Lots of footwork.

Sandbagged- but not a V3....not by a long shot. Haha, I crack myself up sometimes. Aug 9, 2008
Zelvy
Athens, AL
  V2
Zelvy   Athens, AL
  V2
Does this problem include a top-out? If so...felt like V3. Aug 5, 2008
Robert Dominguez
Birmingham, AL
 
Robert Dominguez   Birmingham, AL
 
Yeah, I really think this problem is sandbagged--V2? Feb 5, 2008
well rob I got a profile, I love the beta for longshot...maybe next time we all can get it! Feb 1, 2008