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Yabba Dabba Don't V3 6A
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: James March
Page Views: 2,377 total, 19/month
Shared By: Rick Shull on Nov 20, 2007
Admins: C Miller, 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.
Does anyone else think this feels kind of soft for J-tree V4? It's a cakewalk compared to pigpen Mar 11, 2016
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
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
if u want to skip the dyno u can hit two good intermediate crimps befor the jug Feb 25, 2013
Kyle Olsen
Kyle Olsen  
Really fun problem, highly recommend it. Just bring a few pads... Mar 4, 2012