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Routes in Upper Satellite Boulders

32oz. Arete V4 6B
Bloc Party V3-4 6A+
Boom V6 7A
Countin' Dimes V7-8 7B
Dank Arete, The V0-1 4+
Dank Face V3-4 6A+
Halley's Comet V7 7A+
Hands All Over V9+ 7C
Hobo V6 7A
Moon Walk, The V6 7A
Project... V8+ 7B+
Richter Scale V10 7C+
Right of Adrian V0-1 4+
Saturated Solitude V5-6 6C+
Unknown Arete V0+ 4+
V2 Arete (Hobo Boulder) V2 5+
Yo, Adrian! V5 6C
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Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Sean Stidham
Page Views: 801 total, 9/month
Shared By: sean stidham on May 5, 2010
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Temporary Trail and Raptor Closures Details

Description

Starting on a bomber undercling flake, slap up left to good side-pulls on the arete. Good side-pull crimps out right. Keep slapping left hand up the arete until you come into a small right hand side-pull/undercling. The crux comes here with either a big move right hand or tenuous move left hand to a good hold on the arete. Once here continue up the arete with a small right hand crimp to better holds.

Location

Facing the drainage, this problem is located on the northwest side of a boulder just up the hill from most of the other established problems. It's almost directly left of the very large bloc left of the 2nd Flatiron.

Protection

Three pads and one spotter should be sufficient but more is better.

Photos

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sean stidham
Boulder, CO
 
sean stidham   Boulder, CO
 
With the recent snow and moisture, I probably won't be up there for a bit, but I'll post some pictures as soon as I do. May 12, 2010
misha zavalov
Boulder, Co.
misha zavalov   Boulder, Co.
A pic or two would be great. Nice work, man! May 5, 2010
sean stidham
Boulder, CO
 
sean stidham   Boulder, CO
 
I just put this problem up yesterday, so the grade is tentative and surely requires confirmation. Since I was trying the problem by myself with two pads, the problem may not be as hard as posted. A guess at best. A great problem nonetheless! I'll probably return in the next week to show it to some friends, so some input and a photo soon to come. Check it out! May 5, 2010