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Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Kevin Currigan on Apr 27, 2009
Admins: Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac, Leo Paik, John McNamee

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Description [Edit]

I put this route in here, because I do it all the time and find it a gas. It puts you on top of the rock if you can lead about .8. About 4' left of King Conqueror is another crack above the chalked up, upward pointing jug. Pull up to the jug and match hands then reach up with you right and find a great hand jam with a crimp in the crack. Get your feet under you, bring your left up and around the little boulder, and pull yourself over the top. The little boulder will rock a little but holds firm. Big, fun move for aspiring boulderers.

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About 4' left of King Conqueror is another crack above the chalked up, upward pointing jug.

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Kevin Currigan
Lakewood
 
Kevin Currigan   Lakewood
 
I put this route in here, because I do it all the time and find it a gas. It puts you on top of the rock if you can lead about .8. About 4' left of King Conger is another crack above the chalked up, upward pointing jug. Pull up to the jug and match hands then reach up with you right and find a great hand jam with a crimp in the crack. Get your feet under you and bring your left up and around the little boulder and pull yourself over the top. The little boulder will rock a little but holds firm. Big, fun move for aspiring boulderers. Apr 28, 2009
MAKB
Denver, CO
 
MAKB   Denver, CO  
 
Watch out for the big, loose boulder at the top. It's not gonna fall, but it's not a very good hold for toppin' out. Oct 30, 2010

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