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Shared By: Tobin Sanson on Nov 27, 2008
Admins: Jason Smith, Alvaro Arnal, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Traverse the low, sloping rail then finish on some crimpers six feet off the ground.

Location

This is located to the left of the big tree on the west face of the boulder.

Protection

Pad.

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V7 in Rock and Ice, and I agree. Jan 7, 2014
PTZ
Chicago/Colorado
PTZ   Chicago/Colorado
The problems on this side of the block are very temperature-dependent. You need to hit these as the sun is going down unless it is very cool out. Otherwise, you are just like a monkey trying to hump a doorknob.
I know people that are tall and have a terrible time on this sloping rail.
P.S. Don't use the boulder on top to top out. It is a coffee table-like boulder that gives pinch grip making it easier top out. Or use it, I don't care. Jan 20, 2011
Evan Winn  
 
Careful with the feet, they keep falling off. May 18, 2009