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V0 aka Crack 1 V0- 4- PG13
Alive Dyno, The V6 7A
KNS Traverse V9 7C
Left Overhanging Arete V5 6C
Overhanging Arete V6- 7A
Rail, The V1 5
Stop Making Sense V3 6A
Thing Behind The Wedge aka The Hangboard V1 5
Thrice Commitments V4+ 6B+ PG13
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Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jerad Friedrichs on Jun 23, 2008
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This is the slopey problem that is located at the bottom Northeast end of the Main Wall. It starts on a flake and goes out the slopey arete. You can either top out right or left. Both seem to be V6 but the left seems a tad bit harder.

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Michael West
Enterprise, AL
Michael West   Enterprise, AL
Super fun route. Topping out right I'd say is probably a harder V5 IMO. If you go left, there is a crack forming around the horn, so be careful. Nov 1, 2008
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crauschville
half-pad-mini-jug   crauschville
Ya dude, this problem is sick! Super fun too.... Jan 8, 2009
Ben Sebald
Colorado Springs, CO
  V6-
Ben Sebald   Colorado Springs, CO
  V6-
Someone broke the top chicken-head. It is now a well-positioned crimp that you are throwing to. I think it is still V6 though. Aug 25, 2013
Ryan Sanders
C Springs
Ryan Sanders   C Springs
Finally worked and got the left variation to this. With the new breakage (nice new sidepull), the movement left is fantastic. Jan 27, 2014

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