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Ay V1 5
Egypt (crack) V0 4
Funky Tut V3 6A
Howard Carter V0 4
Howard Carter SDS V6- 7A
King Tut V3 6A
Lululator V4 6B
Lululator Low Start V8 7B
Milk the Milks V6 7A
Problem A V2 5+
Problem B V1 5
Problem C V0 4
Problem D V0 4
Problem D SDS V4 6B
Tut Crack Left V5 6C
Wimberries V4 6B
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Euan Cameron on Dec 16, 2008
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Sit start down right, with hands on the two lower crimps. Pull up and make a hard reach up and left to a good crimp on the rail / lip. Move left along the rail and when possible move straight up pulling past a couple of small slopers.

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Northwest face, right side

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Colin R
Ottawa, ON
  V6
Colin R   Ottawa, ON
  V6
Finally finished this - took two trips to bishops and many burns.

Nice line and well worth it. Apr 13, 2017
Raddam6
Salt Lake
Raddam6   Salt Lake
Yes the description should say pull up Right to the good incut at the lip then traverse left. I thought this problem was pretty hard for V6 but after I sent it I decided I just had bad beta. I would say its similar in difficult to bowling pin sit. Feb 20, 2015
Colin R
Ottawa, ON
  V6
Colin R   Ottawa, ON
  V6
Me thinks it helps to be short and/or flexible on this line to do the first move. I just couldn't, for the life of me, stick the first move which is only about a 4 inch hand move - I just felt too scrunched. The rest of it flowed pretty nice but without the first move it doesn't count.

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BTW - is the move to the right hand incut hold on the V3 acceptable? Nov 22, 2013
Andy Liu
Eastern Sierra
 
Andy Liu   Eastern Sierra