Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: James March
Page Views: 3,083 total · 23/month
Shared By: Rick Shull on Nov 20, 2007
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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After easy moves to a big jug in a left leaning diagonal crack, this problem involves an exciting and committing diagonal dyno to an exceptionally large, black xenolith. The landing drops away at a sloping angle into a pile of big cobbles, but can be made fairly safe with a couple of pads.


Center of the southeast face.


pads and spotter.


Kyle Olsen
Kyle Olsen  
Really fun problem, highly recommend it. Just bring a few pads... Mar 4, 2012
if u want to skip the dyno u can hit two good intermediate crimps befor the jug Feb 25, 2013
Sys Ex
Lake Forest, CA
Sys Ex   Lake Forest, CA
Short person beta: Right hand up to the first crimp, left heel hook (hand-foot match on jug), cross over left hand to the higher crimp. The more pads the better, the landing is horrible. Oct 21, 2013
Clif Clap  
I'm six feet and I used some of the short person beta Sys Ex mentioned. I had my right foot angled into the starting crack and my left foot flagged with my left hand crossed over on the high crimp. It's a committing move but situating myself this way distributed all the weight evenly and gave me good balance so I could throw for the jug with my right hand. Jan 20, 2015
Does anyone else think this feels kind of soft for J-tree V4? It's a cakewalk compared to pigpen Mar 11, 2016
Erik Moore  
Nice route, rolled my ankle landing on the cobble pile this morning. Dec 27, 2017
Ashley Swenson
Pasadena, CA
Ashley Swenson   Pasadena, CA
youtu.be/taqa0nb4H3o Dec 8, 2018