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All Dogs Go To Evans V10 7C+ PG13
Blackie V11 8A
Broken Arrow Dyno V6-7 7A+
Broken Arrow Left V3 6A
Broken Arrow Right (FKA Anorexic Gymnast) V4+ 6B+
Champagne Left V4 6B
Champagne Right V5 6C
Champagne Room, The V6 7A
Cherry Top Rip (Name Unknown) V5 6C
Child Stars V12 8A+
Chocolate Croissant V7 7A+
Chrome V12 8A+
Dilithium Crystal V3 6A
Diving Board, The V1 5
Hollow Deception V8-9 7B+
Jasper V3 6A
Rawhide V7 7A+ PG13
Seurat V8 7B
Silverback V10 7C+
Useless Tools V7 7A+
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Type: Boulder, Alpine, 16 ft
FA: Clayton Reagan, 2004
Page Views: 1,492 total · 14/month
Shared By: Chip Phillips on Nov 25, 2009
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: The majority of these boulders are located within the Mt Evans Wilderness Area, which is regulated & patrolled by the US Forest Service. Climber Details

Description

Start low down all the way down to the right, possibly sitting. Climb left along and out the overhang, trending along the steep arete. In the middle of the problem thin crimps in a rising seam also come into play with the slopey lip. Continue to the apex of the boulder, at the top of a little mini arete, and topout there. If you topout before this, you have not done the full problem.

A great problem, but alas it is a lip traverse with a couple of opportunities to exit early.

Location

This problem is on the same boulder as Seurat. Begin low on the east side of the boulder, where the trail first meets the boulder.

Protection

A few Organic pads and a spotter to reposition the pads and to possibly protect the climber from a fall into an uneven landing area at the finish.

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