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Axiom Direct V7 7A+
Axiom of Arete Aesthetics V7 7A+
Crack of Minimal Motion V3 6A
Left side of East of Trail Boulders V1 5
Not a Gimmie! V1+ 5
Pillar of Contemporary Movement V4 6B
Slope of Dadaism V3 6A
Slope of Dynoism V10 7C+ PG13
Spring Cleaning V3 6A
Warm Up Face V1 5
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Type: Boulder
FA: Eric Z.?
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Shared By: Remo on May 18, 2009
Admins: Burt Lindquist, Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, Chris treggE

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Starting on lower block, using arete and crimp up left, set feet high and dead-point to upper block. Top out.


Climb just left of AAA on pillar.




John W. Knoernschild
John W. Knoernschild   Wisconsin
Loved this thing. Fun moves cutting feet when going for the jug. Oct 2, 2011
Paul Campbell
Waukesha, WI
Paul Campbell   Waukesha, WI
One of my new favorites :) Oct 2, 2011
Kind of an eliminate but still cool. harder than "slope of d" for me but being tall helps quite a bit on the latter Nov 12, 2010
Paul Dieterle
Pasadena, CA
Paul Dieterle   Pasadena, CA
FUN!!! If Dadaism is a 3, this is NOT a 4... Apr 21, 2010
My interpretation is that Axiom starts on the arete proper and goes up to the jug and that Pillar starts in the corner and goes to the same jug. That's just what I thought when I worked it a bit yesterday. Sep 6, 2009
So does anyone know if this problem uses the left side pull and horizontal crack that opens up near the left wall in this photo? Then is Axiom of Arete Aesthetics just with out any of the left holds and the upper jug? Sep 4, 2009

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