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Routes in Terminator Area

40 Watt Range, The V2 5+
Adjust Your Attitude Low V9 7C
Adjust your Attitude V8 7B
Assisted Living V8 7B
Couch Potato V6 7A
Fuck You Asshole V4 6B
Governator V10 7C+
McBain V8 7B
Serious Attitude Problem V4 6B
Terminator Start V5 6C
Terminator, The T 5.12+ 7c 28 IX 27 E6 6b
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Monomaniac on Feb 11, 2008
Admins: Hank Caylor, Matt Richardson, LeeAB Brinckerhoff

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Serious Attitude Problem climbs a horizontal roof with burly moves, and intricate footwork, ending with a challenging top out.

Begin with hands matched on the undercling/pinch thing in the back of the roof. Its debatable where the feet should start, but purists will avoid the choss blocks near ground level, smearing their feet strenuosly on a rubber-stained divit at roof-level. Dyno south-ward from huecu to hueco, match on the protruding undercling at the lip, then move up to sharp crimps on the sunny headwall. Work the feet onto the lip and mantle. This topout is difficult, as the crimps on the slab are not nearly as good as one would like. Head north to a chimney and descend to the west.


Approximately 30 feet left (W) of the Terminator boulder is a small boulder with two problems. The right end of this boulder contains rock art, and is off-limits to climbing. SAP is the right most problem, beginning from the jutting double underclimg pinch.


Pads and a spotter. Watch the cactus to the left!


Bill Bones  
The Top out sucks ass without pad or spotter. Classic none the less. Dec 13, 2008