Type: Boulder, 20 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Rob Riggleman on Aug 25, 2009
Admins: andy patterson, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Looking at the start of this problem will make it scream for you to give it a try, and the lack of apparent holds on the upper half make it that much more interesting. Starting with good sidepulls for your hands and obvious feet, move up to the sloping ledge, and continue to the top using small crimps and shallow dishes. Great movement on solid rock make this one of the best problems around.


Near the top of the Lower Ridge, you can get there by going pretty much straight downhill from the Dirt Bag and Happy Hunting Grounds.




Justin Fontecchio
San Luis Obispo, California
Justin Fontecchio   San Luis Obispo, California
great problem...v6. hard moves down low to great top out holds. lots of fun and definitley a must Nov 15, 2013
Ben Parsons
San Luis Obispo, CA
Ben Parsons   San Luis Obispo, CA
One of the best lines I've done anywhere (not me in the vid though).
youtube.com/watch?v=XBXCGp1… Sep 6, 2014
Harrison Goldwyn
Harrison Goldwyn   Seattle
v5 if you are 6ft tall, def v6 if you are short. Nov 25, 2014
Tim King
Tim King  
Doing it from the sits adds a couple nice flowy moves and keeps it around the same grade, but adds a little oomph. Aug 4, 2015
Chris Terry
San Jose
Chris Terry   San Jose
Can't wait to go back and send this one when the gates open! Apr 12, 2019