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Standard Overhang

V3, Boulder, 10 ft (3 m),  Avg: 3.4 from 315 votes
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Description

Start on the left side of the boulder on the undercling and a sidepull at mid-height. Move right and up.

Location

Left side of the boulder.

Protection

A few pads (top out is kinda sketchy with fall potential)

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Das craigers cruisin it!
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Feelin it
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Hayden Sandard Overhang v3
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Going for the left jug!
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Big move on the right variation.
[Hide Photo] Big move on the right variation.
Standard Overhange
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on two decent sidepulls
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Em on Standard Overhang
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skinny legs and all
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
  V3
[Hide Comment] For a fun variation and juggier topout, head right to the Superfly finishing jug. Jan 28, 2011
[Hide Comment] AWESOME problem, the right variation (in my opinion) is way cooler. it goes right to the jug. One pad wiht a spotter, two if youre solo. It is sharper than othe rproblem in the gate but if you know the beta and are confident with the moves send it before you do anything else... if you have extra pads and are down with scoping the problem before you try it stack your pads and feel the holds. there are sweet spots on all of them and if you dont hit them they may hurt. Jun 12, 2011
Emerson Takahashi
Casper, WY
  V3
[Hide Comment] the right starting hold seems to have broken.
doesn't seem like it changes anything though Aug 25, 2013
dave rosen
Hershey
Brett Thornton
Salt Lake City, UT
John Nguyen
SLC, UT
  V3
[Hide Comment] If it grows it goes? I definitely should have topped out towards the right to avoid the tree lol pretty easy for a V3 youtu.be/9JQk6dtLKHc Oct 31, 2020
Creed Archibald
Salt Lake City, UT
 
[Hide Comment] John Nguyen - I do think that tree’s grown closer to the rock over the years. When I first did this 5ish years ago, I could squeeze under the tree without bumping it. Now that feels impossible. Maybe I’ve just gotten fatter? Mar 15, 2021
Thumer
SLC, UT
 
[Hide Comment] Just went bouldering here today. I was surprised to see the tree has been removed. I felt like squeezing past the tree had become part of the character of the problem, but it has grown closer over the years. I use to be able to squeeze by it, but it had become nearly impossible for me to top out without at least bumping it. Apr 10, 2022
bsmoot
 
[Hide Comment] Back when 1970's the tree wasn't even close to the standard overhang. Apr 10, 2022
Amanda J
Bishop, CA
 
Finn Navidomskis
Salt Lake City