Type: Sport, Boulder, 45 ft (14 m)
FA: Mark Sprague 11/07
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Shared By: matthewWallace on Sep 13, 2009 · Updates
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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This route climbs the tight dihedral to the right of Anchovy Caper. Originally done as a highball boulder problem up the corner and down climbed via Anchovy Caper, there are now two bolts in the corner.

Start on a good hold and a crimp and toss to a good jug on right dihedral wall, climb the 20 foot dihedral. From here climb easier but fun ground up to the anchors for Anchovy Caper.

The history of this route is interesting, the bolts that you climb on were actually there for an easier alternative to Anchovy Caper, and the dihedral was done as a boulder problem, I believe by Mark Sprague, if you link the two together you get a quality route. It would be great for one lower bolt so its not quite so scary. It can by protected by lowering off from Anchovy Caper and pre-placing the quick-draw. (I would recommend this since the bolt is above the crux) Edit - A lower bolt has been added


This is just right of Anchovy Caper and left of Green Mile, in a tight dihedral.


Five or six bolts