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Routes in Right Sector

Problem A V0- 4-
Problem B V0- 4-
Problem C V0 4
Problem D V0- 4-
Problem E V0+ 4+
Problem F V0+ 4+
Problem F' V1 5
Problem G V0 4
Problem H V2 5+
Problem I V2 5+
Problem J V2 5+
Problem K V2 5+
Problem L V3 6A
Problem M V0+ 4+
Problem N V0 4
Problem O V0 4
Problem P V5 6C
Problem Q V4 6B
Problem R V4 6B
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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Euan Cameron on Jul 23, 2009
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Start with left hand in a good slot and right on a small crimp. Get established on these holds then reach up right to the shallow finger pocket. Baredown on the right and bust a move with the left to a small slot hold near the top.

Once the right is on the jug on the top call it done.

The left arete is off! Use it and you can tick a V0.

Location

Left side of the small steep walled boulder at the right of the sector

Protection

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Daniel Winsor
Bishop, CA
  V5
Daniel Winsor   Bishop, CA
  V5
Hmm. The newest guidebook to the area calls for a start at two chest-height holds (which wouldn't be the left-hand slot described here) and the problem is listed as V5. We climbed this thing both staying off the arete (namely avoiding a heel hook about three feet off the ground) and using the arete, and I've gotta say they both felt V5. Staying off the arete is painful V5, using the arete is an actually-worth-doing V5 that was actually a lot of fun. Either way, don't head up and left to the arete, head straight up to the obvious hole/suitcase hold, it's sweeeeet. Jun 7, 2015

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