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Boulder, 10 ft,
Avg: 2.8 from 17
> Boulder Natural
> The Split Boulder
Although it doesn't look like much, this short problem climbs great and is usually dry. Sit start on the left arete with your left hand on the arete, and right hand on a crimp. Pull up and bump out right to the vertical pinch/crimp, work your feet and make a hard match. A strong core, the right foot beta, and use of the thumb catch might make the move feel more realistic. Move right to a slopey rail as a gaston. Use some technique to match the rail and move right to a crimp, before bumping up again with the right hand to a better crimp. Use the sidepull with your left hand to assist in reaching the jugs above. Alternately, from the rail, power up and left into the sidepull/undercling and fire out right for a better hold and the top.
The landing can be a bit muddy although the sticks will keep your pad rather clean.
On a small boulder leaning against the Split Boulder and a tree.