Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: JSlack on Nov 21, 2009
Admins: andy patterson, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

You & This Route

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Start with the left hand on a good head height edge (right hand edge for Yeti) and the right hand on a small crimp at chest height. Move straight up on awesome slopers to a thought-provoking top-out.


The right side of the Yeti boulder


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steve edwards
steve edwards   SLC, UT
I love that this now gets as many stars as Yeti. When we started attempting it the thing was a sandy pile. Those slopers seemed amazing if they'd ever clean up. Appears they finally have. Sep 21, 2010
andy patterson
Carpinteria, CA
andy patterson   Carpinteria, CA  
Yeah, the slopers have cleaned up. I remember doing this rig eight or nine years ago, and I had grit in my teeth by the finish. It felt like V5 then, but the holds now seem a bit positive for that grade. In any case, a good, straight-up sloper problem. Sep 22, 2010
andy patterson
Carpinteria, CA
andy patterson   Carpinteria, CA  
I suppose you could use that pocket, but I see more people go straight up. Dec 12, 2010
Joseph Stover
Batesville, AR
Joseph Stover   Batesville, AR
V4 if you start on yeti holds and go to the next big pocket on the left then up the Sasquatch slopers? I knew I must have missed something... Aug 24, 2011
Alan Zhan
Seattle, WA
Alan Zhan   Seattle, WA
Didn't feel any harder than Yeti, I'd say that both are around the same grade. Those topout slopers are so awesome. Feb 14, 2014