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|Shared By:||doug rouse on Aug 1, 2009|
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A very nice boulder problem, that is easier for the compact climbers. Start at the horizontal edge at the beginning of Tendonitis Traverse. Go up 12" with the left hand to Tendonitis, then up right hand to a hold with a little "roof" over it. Figure out really gnarly feet, throw to the sloping lip of the roof out left (there is a vertical feature in the middle of this hold), and up to the apex with the right hand. Classic.
Start on the 10" x 2" flat horizontal at the beginning of Tendonitis.