Type: Boulder
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Shared By: doug rouse on Oct 21, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Start left hand on the good arete hold (6-7 feet up), and the right on a small, flat edge directly below the left about 16". Swing onto the wall, and shoot right hand straight right to an undercling about 4' off the arete. Bring the left hand up to a rounded dish above, and continue to easier terrain.


This is right of High Gravity.


A pad.


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David McAllister
Denver, CO
David McAllister   Denver, CO
We did this climb tonight from a sit start (as I'm sure it's been done many times before). Both right and left hands on a small but positive crimp and left foot way out left on a good horn. First move is muscly but not bad. Pull up to a good crimp and work your way along to the right on crimps. Make a balancy move to the good crimp 1 1/2 pad ledge (big enough for all 8 digits). Then, bust right hand to the undercling near the arete and finally left to the slot at the top. Doneski. Excellent balancy climbing on good crimps. Don't know the grade, but probably around V4/5/6? Who knows. It's a blast to climb, and a bit scary as well! Apr 11, 2010
David McAllister
Denver, CO
David McAllister   Denver, CO
V4 seems right after thinking about it.... Apr 16, 2010