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10,000 Teeth V1 5
Absolution V5 6C PG13
Amateur, The V12-13 8B
Andy's Dyno V4 6B
Andy's Problem V6-7 7A+
Back Slapper V8 7B
Back Slapper Traverse V6 7A
Back side of Lushes Lip V0 4
Betty's Pie V5+ 6C+
Budda Boulder, The V10-11 8A
Bulldozer V5-6 6C+
Counselor Moon V7+ 7A+
Easy Crack V2 5+
Enter the Dragon V3 6A
Exodus, The V10-11 8A
Ezekiel's Prophecy V1 5
Footies V0 4 PG13
Foreplay V9- 7C
General Porcupine V3-4 6A+
IPOD Army V4 6B
Jaws V7 7A+
Jim's Exit V5-6 6C+
Juggernaut, The V9 7C
Luke's Jaws V7- 7A+
Lukewarm Persistance V7 7A+
Lushes Lip Traverse V0 4
My Stereo V6 7A
Nic-o-rete V2+ 5+
No Mas V8 7B PG13
Onion, The V8- 7B
Origins of Symmetry V7 7A+ PG13
Payback V7 7A+
Pit Fall V7-8 7B PG13
Poppy Cock V4-5 6B+
Private Porcupine V1 5
Prow, The V3 6A
Puffer Cheeks V2-3 5+
Purple Rain V2- 5+ PG13
Seamstress, The V9-10 7C+
Smoking Man SDS, The V10- 7C+ PG13
Smoking Man Stand Start, The V9 7C
Sticky Icky V7 7A+
Time is Running Out V6 7A PG13
Tombstone V7 7A+
Tugboat V5 6C
Umberger Helper V5 6C
Unknown Soilder V1 5 PG13
Vag Badger V4 6B
Veyron Arete: (Was The Turnstile Project) V10 7C+
Warm Up Slab Shorty V0+ 4+
Warm-Up Slab V0-1 4+
Woodchipper , The V10- 7C+ PG13
Woodpecker , The V8- 7B
beefstick buffet V3 6A
onion left slab V1-2 5
Type: Boulder, 8 ft
FA: Andy Raither
Page Views: 611 total, 6/month
Shared By: SteveSchultz on Jun 4, 2009
Admins: Kris Gorny, Chris treggE

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Description

Start on to holds move into a crimp then do a huge lock off and lunge to arete.

this description could be off, if anyone heads up there take a look at it.

Location

on the back side of budda boulder..

Protection

pads

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the left hand broke even more, the sit start is much harder now. May 31, 2011
I was working on Jim's Exit yesterday and a pretty crappy side-pull/undercling broke making the left exit much easier. I am not sure if this will make the direct route (Andy's Problem) easier or not but it still looks fun and I want to try it next time I am there. May 7, 2011
ferrells  
 
Seems about right. I started matched on a flat crimp in the middle on the face, moved up left to a gaston, crimped right hand, did a technical right toe step into this little hole thing, and threw for the lip, which slopes down to the right.

Fun as hell to stick it, I thought. May 4, 2011