Type: Boulder, 25 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Kent Dunham on Jun 17, 2009
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Must do for anyone in the Pollen Grains. The crux is right off the ground with very poor feet. Once you are high enough to use the flake with your feet it is smooth sailing to the very last move, which is the mental crux. A creaky flake (it is solid, trust it) for your left and a grainy side-pull for your right set you up for the grab for the lip. Just amazing!


Spotters and as many pads as you can muster. The fall is straight down but it would smart to come down from the top.
Eric Schnepel
Eric Schnepel   Portland
The reach to the jug up top is so satisfying. . . Mar 19, 2011
Andy Liu
Eastern Sierra
Andy Liu   Eastern Sierra
Where's Walden  
Great line! I thought the middle (incut sidepull) was harder than the the bottom. Wonderful experience topping it out. Not PG13.

"This thing looks a lot better than it climbs" - Daniel Woods Jan 22, 2015
Alan Zhan
Seattle, WA
Alan Zhan   Seattle, WA
Great introduction to bishop highballing! Crux for me was definitely in the middle, gaining the last right facing side pull before the jug. A fall from there could be ugly. Dec 22, 2016
youtu.be/Rjy_hPXi0WI Nov 13, 2018
Ashley Swenson
Pasadena, CA
Ashley Swenson   Pasadena, CA
youtu.be/t5Xn3M1c08U Dec 8, 2018