Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Rob Riggleman on Nov 28, 2009
Admins: andy patterson, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Start just right of the arete on large jugs, move left and up to a sloping rail. From this rail, move left into a right-facing sloper, then up to a huge jug up high. Avoid the starting holds of French Roast to the left. Not the best landing, so don't blow the move to the jug.

Location

If you're facing the ocean, this problem is on an arete at the far left end of the Yard about 40 yards past the Extremist.

Protection

Pads, more than one is useful.

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Colin Brochard
Austin
  V4
Colin Brochard   Austin
  V4
I don't really boulder v5 but I got this one and it didn't feel all that bad. Might be a reach thing, I'm 6'3. Hardest part was keeping my feet of the pads on the swing through. Nov 22, 2010
Nick Sullens
Yosemite
  V4
Nick Sullens   Yosemite
  V4
Great problem, soft rating, more like a four. Good ego boost though Nov 23, 2010
Definitely more like V3 or 4. I swear it used to be harder. Mar 11, 2011
Trevor V.
Santa Barbara, Ca
Trevor V.   Santa Barbara, Ca
yeah easy 4 May 13, 2012
steve edwards
SLC, UT
steve edwards   SLC, UT
Once heinous but easy to see how it could get easier as it was always dirty as sin. While crimp problems will continue to get harder, slopers at the yard should get a lot better before they get worse, if it ever comes to that. Can't imagine how much traffic it would take to polish this rock. Aug 27, 2012