Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Rob Riggleman on Apr 3, 2009
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Start in the obvious hueco, move up to a good edge and top out on cool slopers. It's just a couple of moves, but this is a super fun problem.

According to the description over at rc.com, the good edge is chipped, and it certainly makes the problem a lot easier. I've heard of people doing the original problem and not using the edge, and apparently it goes at V6.


Just to the right of Take Five




steve edwards
steve edwards   SLC, UT
Originally it was a good crimp and V4. That broke and it was a small pinch, V6. Then someone chipped the pocket-edge thing. Jun 18, 2009
Joseph Stover
Batesville, AR
Joseph Stover   Batesville, AR
It's a bit sad to learn that it was chipped, but it is an excellent problem. It would be extremely more difficult without the good edge. Nov 23, 2009
Flagstaff, AZ
Mattirvine   Flagstaff, AZ
I really enjoyed this climb...although finding out that some idiot chipped a hold because they couldn't climb it really irritates me! Jul 12, 2010
V5 without using the chipped hold, V4 with? Jan 12, 2011
Nick Sullens
Nick Sullens   Yosemite
V 6 without using the chipped hold? That things hard w/o using the chiseled hold. Jan 15, 2011
andy patterson
Carpinteria, CA
andy patterson   Carpinteria, CA  
Definitely V6 without the chipped hold. That's my story and I'm sticking to it. A slightly harder variation starts on the "hueco" and a delicate crimp, then busts up and right to a shallow pocket. Similar top-out. Jan 16, 2011