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The V4 grade is just a guess.
This seems like Q4 from Mayer & Moret's online guide, "Hard painful slab problem about 15-20 feet left of the lay-back crack. Tiny crimpers (one-finger half-pad), and smears for feet... Just three hard moves from the set up, yet I think it goes at V3 or more; but someone accustomed to slabs appeared to walk up it and called it V1. It's definitely harder than the P.1-2-3 (Wounded Knee) problems."
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