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Type: Boulder, 7 ft
FA: Steve Lovelace (June 2nd 2010)
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Sep 5, 2009
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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This problem was conjured up from the mind of Steve Lovelace in August of 2009.

Sit start on a phantom left hand crimp, and a negative right hand finger-chunk. Load up on the start, and levitate yourself to the seemingly good slot-type flake. Either match on this, or power out with one hand from here to the finish hold out of the lip.

After the first move this problem trends right a bit for the top out.


walk as far right as you can go around Olympus, past the tall overhangs to where the boulder becomes short. It is the very last problem possible on the boulder. after the first move this problem trends right a bit for the top out.


A pad