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Type: Boulder
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Shared By: sweatpants on Aug 17, 2008
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, Chris treggE

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Description

If you're facing 'Out Past Curfew' it's on your left. Start on the far left and traverse right and up. not a bad little warm up.

Location

Next to 'O.P.C.'

Protection

pad

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Tradiban  
 
Awesome warm up. Sep 22, 2011
rooooock
Oakland, CA
  V2
rooooock   Oakland, CA
  V2
Couldn't decide what was the right topout. I found 3 ways that made sense. The coolest one felt v2. I think my way was V2. Oct 12, 2014
ThugBug
 
ThugBug  
 
A challenging V2 for climbers who have never climbed outside of a gym before.
For more experienced climbers, its a V1+.
+Love the heel hook near the start, super fun.
+Challenges climber to use core muscles to prevent swing from pulling them off the rock.
+Low-ball route takes away the risk of injury from fall.
-Debris in last finger pocket almost had me slip near the top out, which would have been disappointing. If you are climbing in the fall, make sure those pockets are clear of any pine needles or fallen leaves.

Its a great warm up right next to Out Past Curfew. Oct 5, 2015
Adam Slattery
Platteville Wisconsin
 
Adam Slattery   Platteville Wisconsin
 
I'm sort of unsure why this line doesn't see more traffic. Fantastic movement on great sloppers to a pretty physical top out. I found the most fun part was seeing all the different beta that could be used. Works well as a warm-up for the area.

Don't let the lowball-ness deter you - this things great! Oct 10, 2016
CCas
Chicago, IL
 
CCas   Chicago, IL
 
Fun line for the grade. Best trying to traverse as far right as possible before pulling up. Nov 20, 2016

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