Type: Boulder, 15 ft (5 m)
FA: Marty Lewis
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Shared By: AWinters on Oct 29, 2007
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A brilliant line and one of the best moderates in the canyon.

Start on the undercling/sidepull fin on the left side of the overhanging face. Move up and right on sloped dishes up to a move off a high left-hand crimp to a sloper (crux). Gain the 'Africa Flake' (jugs/rest) and find nice positive pockets and edges to the top as the angle eases off.

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Southeast face of the 'Serengeti Boulder', the first obvious boulder problem you see while approaching. Look for the Africa-shaped flake about 10 feet off the ground. This boulder problem faces down-canyon.

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