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Shared By: Brian Shade on Feb 5, 2010
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Access Issue: Gate Buttress Area Recreational Lease: Climbs on Church Buttress above vault remain closed Details


Start sitting just right of the tree and move right up the slopey edge. V9 Variation finishes on Christopher Reeve. The feet are bad going for the top. The top hold is great if you can get to it.


Cabage Patch, Jack's Boulder, North Face


Use two pads, one on the ground, one on the rock to your back. Chance of hitting you head or tail bone when falling is high.


Christian "crisco" Burrell   PG, Utah
Is this really 6+? I have seen it rated V3-V5 but never V6. I did it once but can't remember what I thought it was... Feb 5, 2010
bheller   SL UT
Please reference the Black Bible, page 252- verses 9 and 10. Repent, and be saved from damnation... Mark it V4 dude. Feb 6, 2010
Christian "crisco" Burrell   PG, Utah
Ah the great book! Of course V4 sounds much better. Feb 6, 2010
the problem pictured is mono move definately v4
a bit slopey is left of this Jun 6, 2011
Marley Nelson
Salt Lake City, Utah
Marley Nelson   Salt Lake City, Utah
i have heard its v6 but definitely felt v4-v5. Nov 11, 2013
Brian Shade
Saranac Lake, NY
Brian Shade   Saranac Lake, NY
Thanks for the feedback. Feb 14, 2014
Garrett C
Garrett C   SL, UT
To clarify: The black bible calls A Bit Slopey v7. It starts left of the guy in the picture, who is doing the final move on Mono Move V4. A bit slopey starts on the big slopey rail, does a hard move up and left, then tops out directly above the start without going right. Doing the problem this way definitely feels v7, but also a bit contrived as you have good hold both left and right. May 10, 2018