Type: Boulder, 15 ft
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Shared By: LeeAB Brinckerhoff on Mar 11, 2009
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Nice compresion moves on a double blunt arete feature.

Start squeezing the arete with the left hand on a lower and better hold than the right. Make a slap up with each hand, doesn't matter the order. Then get a left heal at the best section of the start hold and reach up to an edge that is just right of the left arete. Slap the right up to a good slope on the arete then left up to a good hold. Work up with your body to the right to layaway on the better holds to top out.


The SE arete of Boulder C from a standing start.


Pad and spotter, landing is the home to some shrubbery that a spotter can try to keep you out of.