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Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
Page Views: 64 total, 1/month
Shared By: Jesse Coburn on Jul 30, 2008
Admins: BDalhaus, Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey.LeCours, Robert Hall

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Description

Start standing with both hands on a good, high flake. Pull off the ground and work left via slopers, edges and eventually jugs, finishing at the apex of the arete.

Location

Same boulder as Jane Gets A Wirebrush. This boulder is on your left when walking from the Hero Block to the Valley Boulders. This boulder is slightly off the trail but easily visible. 'Never Ending Scrubber' is the right arete of the face that greets you as you approach the boulder from 'Firecracker'.

Protection

Pad and make sure you cover the large rock behind you. Turn around and jump off when done.

Video

'Never Ending Scrubber' is the second climb shown. (starts at 0:54)

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I had some questions about the beta on this one. Do you stay down on the face the whole time, or is it on to climb up on top of the starting handhold/flake and work up the arete that way. I worked up that way and then was able to drop down my let foot to the round divot foothold below the last crimp/topout hold. (pretty much the only foothold on the face)

If you are to stay down on the face the whole time and work the slopers up to the top out, I gotta say this is one mean V0. The slopers are bad, and then there is about a four foot blank spot in between that first sloper and the next hold that offers nothing and is covered with moss/lichen anyway. Apr 24, 2011