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|Shared By:||Jeremiah Johnson on Feb 17, 2010|
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This problem climbs a crack that splits a 45-degree overhung wall on small island in a pond. Start with both hands low in the crack and make a hard move to a juggy fingerlock. Set your feet, maybe pause on a poor intermediate, and jump to a crystally ball on the lip of the boulder, then press it out. Short, powerful, and aesthetic.
From Lumberjack, look straight across the pond and you will see the boulder sitting in the pond slightly left of your line of sight. Follow a faint trail around the pond until you can see the overhung face of the boulder. The face of the boulder calved off and left a perfect platform for pads and spotters below the face, which you can access by crossing on a log that's been placed there.