Type: Boulder
FA: Dan Stone
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Shared By: doug rouse on Sep 26, 2008
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Tyler KC

You & This Route

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An area classic that I am surprised no one has added yet. Start on the triangular jug underneath the rock, and move right hand to the lip of the overhang onto the rightmost of some very thin crimps. Next, bring your left hand up to the left crimp also located along the same strata as the right. Figure out the feet, then set up and pop the right hand up and right to a small edge maybe 2' up from the lip. This hold is good for maybe half a pad for two fingers. More creative footwork follows, then your left hand goes up to a nice four-finger jug another two or so feet up and left of your right hand. Finish by traversing off to the left.


South-west face of the block.


Spotter and pad for the nasty slab that hangs under the block.