Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: C Miller on Nov 1, 2008
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Sit start with a high pinch on the arete, get your feet sorted and then work up the arete to a gritty jug and finish with an easy topout. An easy downclimb exists on the west side of the boulder just right of this problem.

Fun moves on rough and unique rock - it would get another star if it wasn't so sharp.


West arete of the boulder.




Jason Chinchen
Bend, Oregon
Jason Chinchen   Bend, Oregon
Be careful there is a very loose hold on this problem! Probably wont last through another winter. May 25, 2009
Clif Clap
Clif Clap  
Can't imagine what that loose hold would have been as it's years later now, but the problem is still in good, climbable shape and is pretty damn fun to boot.

Strong opener, sequency feet, satisfying body positioning and flow. Dec 19, 2015
Mikey Wally
Los Angeles, CA
Mikey Wally   Los Angeles, CA

i don't think this problem is as sharp as everyone says. doesn't feel much worse than the average j tree problem. also, there is an amazing pocket on the arete. i tried holding it a few different ways until i found one that feels reaaly good! what a unique hold.

j tree is a funny place. i find myself flashing 4s, but not sending some 2s and 3s, and even flashing 5s, but never sending 7s (as of late). this problem seems harder than swinging richard at the chocolate boulders and harder than any of the chocolate roof problems in my opinion, so i think it's v4. Mar 30, 2019