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Passat V1+ 5
Swiss Cheese V2 5+
unnamed V0+ V0+ 4+
Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: 72HW Holly on Apr 20, 2009
Admins: jt512, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Very obvious problem that climbs the plates and big huecos on the trail side of the boulder.

Crux is getting off the ground and comfortable enough to chuck for the top. Though the book has this as a V4, I have to disagree. More like V1 if you are tall enough to make the toss.

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tabriss
  V2
tabriss  
  V2
If you go left it feels like a V2. Oct 11, 2015
ian cutrona
Irvine, CA
  V2
ian cutrona   Irvine, CA
  V2
This is such a great bouldering problem. This is such a fun problem. every move on this thing feels like how bouldering should feel. Definitely not a V4 though. it's a V2 May 22, 2015
Roots
Tustin, CA
Roots   Tustin, CA
No V4. Fry's book rates it a 5.9. My feeling has always been +5.9. Jun 4, 2014
Ines
 
Ines  
 
Yup, I am a relative beginner and was able to do it. Really fun though - more like a V1+ or V2 Oct 25, 2012
V1 and I'm 5'7" There is no way this thing is V4 no matter which way you do it. Jun 1, 2012
Eddie Gianelloni
Tokyo, Japan
  V2
Eddie Gianelloni   Tokyo, Japan
  V2
Fun problem. Large holds the entire way. A fun onsight. Feels like V2 to me. But Large moves on good holds is right up my ally. Sep 9, 2011
Brian Overley
San Juan Capistrano, CA
Brian Overley   San Juan Capistrano, CA
I agree.
Book says V4, I think V1 Apr 21, 2009