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Routes in North Little Foxx

Blue Jaguar, The V2+ 5+ PG13
Continuum Hypothesis V6-7 7A+ PG13
Cranking the Crack Pipe V3 6A PG13
Decayed Strange Quark V1 5 R
Emerging From The Shadows V4 6B
Fight the Phunk V-easy 3
Foxxy Arete V-easy 3 PG13
Friction Fighter V4 6B PG13
Friction Fighter Variation V2+ 5+ R
Groovin V1 5
Liber Abaci V9 7C PG13
Lutefisk V2 5+ R
Moonlight Delight V0+ 4+
Northern Exposure V5 6C PG13
PH Balance V2+ 5+
Probability Density V1+ 5 R
Return of the Nephilim V5 6C
Shikidang V0-1 4+
Singled Out V5- 6C PG13
Slap happy V1-2 5
Time Dilation V1- 5- R
Tip-Top V3-4 6A+
Tribulation, The V3 6A
Uninspired Arete V-easy 3
Warmup Crack T 5.8 5b 16 VI- 15 HVS 4c V-easy 3
What's Your Reynolds Number? V3+ 6A+ R
Whores or S'mores V1 5 PG13
Wonder Drug (AKA Vitamin A) V3-4 6A+
backtrack AKA "Beep Beep" V1+ 5
curried yogurt V0 4
letdown, The V0-1 4+
step it up V4 6B
sweet as V3-4 6A+
Type: Boulder, 32 ft
FA: Peter Lande
Page Views: 51 total, 1/month
Shared By: Peter Lande on Apr 19, 2010
Admins: Kris Gorny, Chris treggE

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Description

On the right side of the Super Slab you'll see a 10 foot vertical finger crack about 8 feet off the ground. Start directly below it and head straight up. Using the arete on the left and crimps on the face work through the low crux to get to the crack. At the top of the crack angle up and left on the easy but exposed slab to the top out by the birch trees.

Location

From the Friction Fighter area of North Little Foxx head left (toward Lake Superior) for about 75 yards at about the same elevation. Look for the huge Super Slab. There's a little bit of a trail angling toward it from the freestanding boulder (Shikidang). Probability Density is on the right side of the Super Slab.

Protection

2 pads and spotters.

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BIATHLON
Duluth Mn
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BIATHLON   Duluth Mn
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This along with What's Your Reynolds Number?, Decayed Strange Quark, and Time Dilation are closer to routes then they are boulder problems. Climbing the splitter crack on this is super fun. May 4, 2010