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10,000 Teeth V1 5
Absolution V5 6C PG13
Amateur, The V12-13 8B
Andy's Dyno V4 6B
Andy's Problem V6-7 7A+
Back Slapper V8 7B
Back Slapper Traverse V6 7A
Back side of Lushes Lip V0 4
Betty's Pie V5+ 6C+
Budda Boulder, The V10-11 8A
Bulldozer V5-6 6C+
Counselor Moon V7+ 7A+
Easy Crack V2 5+
Enter the Dragon V3 6A
Exodus, The V10-11 8A
Ezekiel's Prophecy V1 5
Footies V0 4 PG13
Foreplay V9- 7C
General Porcupine V3-4 6A+
IPOD Army V4 6B
Jaws V7 7A+
Jim's Exit V5-6 6C+
Juggernaut, The V9 7C
Luke's Jaws V7- 7A+
Lukewarm Persistance V7 7A+
Lushes Lip Traverse V0 4
My Stereo V6 7A
Nic-o-rete V2+ 5+
No Mas V8 7B PG13
Onion, The V8- 7B
Origins of Symmetry V7 7A+ PG13
Payback V7 7A+
Pit Fall V7-8 7B PG13
Poppy Cock V4-5 6B+
Private Porcupine V1 5
Prow, The V3 6A
Puffer Cheeks V2-3 5+
Purple Rain V2- 5+ PG13
Seamstress, The V9-10 7C+
Smoking Man SDS, The V10- 7C+ PG13
Smoking Man Stand Start, The V9 7C
Sticky Icky V7 7A+
Time is Running Out V6 7A PG13
Tombstone V7 7A+
Tugboat V5 6C
Umberger Helper V5 6C
Unknown Soilder V1 5 PG13
Vag Badger V4 6B
Veyron Arete: (Was The Turnstile Project) V10 7C+
Warm Up Slab Shorty V0+ 4+
Warm-Up Slab V0-1 4+
Woodchipper , The V10- 7C+ PG13
Woodpecker , The V8- 7B
beefstick buffet V3 6A
onion left slab V1-2 5
Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: Jim Merlie
Page Views: 72 total, 1/month
Shared By: Sean Butler on Oct 17, 2009
Admins: Kris Gorny, Chris treggE

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Description

A really fun climb with some cool moves. start on the left side of face, work up arrete on crimps until you have to roll through right into the sloping top out. A lower start is probably possible.

Location

From the warm up slab walk to the right and down the hill. the boulder is just up from the backside of poppy cock and vag bager

Protection

a few pads

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randy baum
Minneapolis, MN
 
randy baum   Minneapolis, MN
 
lower start hold may have busted. that first move is currently way harder than v5+.

however, starting from the stand (two side-by-side crimps in a crack feature) still leaves a fun problem. the stand is probably v5. May 30, 2011
Sean Butler  
 
I agree the first move feels pretty hard. Nov 9, 2009
Sean Butler  
 
There is a hold on the face that could be used for a matched start (the possible "lower" start I was referring to)

We were starting with a right hand on that face hold and left hand on a sloper on the arete.

This past weekend was the first time I've seen this boulder and I can't believe it doesn't get more traffic. Super fun. Oct 19, 2009
i told you that was done before butler.....jeez! alittle anxious for the FA eh?

just kidding.. this is such a sweet prob. nice job Oct 19, 2009