Type: Boulder, 20 ft
FA: R. Anthony
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Shared By: EB on Mar 26, 2010
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge

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Start on low holds on right side of boulder and drift up and left following a series of fantastic slopping holds to an extremely exciting finish! Grab one of the few postive holds, throw a heel up and rock over- Amen!


The Jesus Boulder is located on top of the first rock outcroping when approching from the parking lot.


The more pads the better; but more important a good amount of neck oil and spotters.


Michael Ringsred
Bozeman, MT
  V2-3 PG13
Michael Ringsred   Bozeman, MT
  V2-3 PG13
very fun flowing movement through slopers. do not mess up the moves through the top out. Mar 30, 2010
John W. Knoernschild   Wisconsin
So is this and the V3-4 Traverse to topout, mountainproject.com/v/wisco… are they the same line? Mar 31, 2010
EB   Winona
Yeah, someone got a little excited about it. Hopefully it can be changed, stick wit the arete beta. Mar 31, 2010
The topout holds for the arete are at the obvious incut hold high on the arete very near the corner of the boulder. Procede with confidence or be prepared to roll down the windows! May 23, 2010
fat cow
St. Paul, MN
  V3 PG13
fat cow   St. Paul, MN
  V3 PG13
committer !! beware the backflip if u blow the final moves on the sloper topout ! Jun 25, 2011