Type: Boulder, 16 ft (5 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Shirtless Mike on May 4, 2010
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Start with either hand on the tooth-like incut crimp at 8 ft (the bloody flapper hold). Make a few hard moves to get the jug and finish easily. With the right beta this problem will feel fairly easy, without the right beta it may feel hard. The finish while high is easy just watch out for loose rock. Don't let the name scare you while the starting hold is sharp none of the other holds are too bad.

Location Suggest change

In the middle of the Lost Descent Boulder. First problem right of the "Tub" area that Dean's Journey starts out of.

Protection Suggest change

Pad, maybe two pads to reach the starting holds.

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