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Arete to Arete V3 6A PG13
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Off the Couch V6 7A
Osama V6 7A
Osama Sit-Start Eliminate V10 7C+
Problem A V0 4
Problem B V0- 4-
Pull Down Like De Jesus V4 6B
River Face Arete V10 7C+
Unnamed V7 7A+
Weapon of Choice V4 6B
Type: Boulder, 14 ft
FA: Tommy Klinefelter
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Shared By: Tommy Klinefelter on Nov 8, 2008
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Climbed in 1988 during a session with Jeff Schoen and John Sherman. First from the stand-up, then from the "Yabo start". Classic moves on beautiful slopers.


Faces the Creek, just left of the large pine.


Actually, the name IS Weapon of Choice (guide got it wrong), referring to the climber's choice of either static-via-crimps, or throwin' a big moe, both of which seem equally fun. Climbed in the eighties during an epic summer session with the late Jeff Schoen and the not-so-late John Sherman. Feb 26, 2016
Daniel Winsor  
This description needs work... It's called "Choice of Weapons", it starts with your butt on the ground, and it's an amazing problem. I think it's the best V4 at Rock Creek, but might feel a little bit tough for the grade. Nov 11, 2015
Andy Liu
Eastern Sierra
Andy Liu   Eastern Sierra
Paul Dieterle
Pasadena, CA
Paul Dieterle   Pasadena, CA
Much harder - but not nearly as good as - Pull Down Like De Jesus. I'd call PDLDJ 4 star V3 and this 1 star V5. Sep 25, 2013
Christian Prellwitz
Telluride, CO
Christian Prellwitz   Telluride, CO
The crimps are somewhat painful, but the movement is really cool. I especially like the fact that there are many different ways to do this problem, which allows people of all sizes to figure out beta that works for them. Apr 26, 2013
Euan Cameron
Mammoth Lakes
Euan Cameron   Mammoth Lakes  
The first and last few holds are slopers, but in between there are a few crimps (good ones) along the way.

Good problem. Nov 23, 2008