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Type: Boulder, 8 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Euan Cameron on Mar 23, 2008
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Start at the good incut flake. Move up left to a crimp and match on this. Aim for the lip and launch up to it.

Very short, but a fun problem.

Location

Leftmost problem on the North face.

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GhaMby Eagan
Heaven
GhaMby Eagan   Heaven
There are numerous ways to do this problem, for me it's probably v4, but if you're less than 6' then it's at leat V5. Some dude from mammoth was doing it without using the crimp rail (right hand on sloper and left on left facing sidepull) and that felt harder than V6 to me, so go screw around on it, it's a fun set of holds to play with! Dec 27, 2012
Andy Liu
Eastern Sierra
 
Andy Liu   Eastern Sierra
 
youtu.be/ji-PWK4O_vA Feb 28, 2012
I did this problem pre and post breakage and I would say the V5 rating sounds about right to me. Funny how such a small foothold breakage could turn this once very soft V4 into a stiff V5. Feb 21, 2012
Phillip S.
  V5+
Phillip S.  
  V5+
Route post breakage still goes! I think it is a hard v5, since it is much more dynamic then the original v4. I dont think it deserves a v6 grade, but I could be wrong. Nov 10, 2009
EChristensen
Bozeman
  V5
EChristensen   Bozeman
  V5
Dang it! That was one of the top problems on my list for my trip next month, just because I knew that hold wasn't going to last too long. Oct 22, 2009
Rob Gordon
Hollywood, CA
Rob Gordon   Hollywood, CA
This route is no longer v4. Haven't attempted it before, but after working it for fifteen minutes and feeling real weak, we noticed the massive start hold at the foot of the rock. We didn't send it as is, but I imagine it's somewhere around v6 now. Maybe harder. Hope the flake didn't land on anyone's foot when it blew. Oct 21, 2009
AWinters
NH
 
AWinters   NH  
 
Another move or so would add a star, but it's just so damn short! May 15, 2009