Type: Boulder, 11 ft
FA: Luke Childers
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Shared By: Luke Childers on May 21, 2010
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

You & This Route

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The stand start begins with a (RH) side-pull found at about shoulder height while the (LH) pulls off a polished micro-crimp.

Step on and work the right side arete via cool pinches/side-pulls while moving up to a thank you (LH) crimp that sets you up to hit the final jug that gives way to this cool fin like top-out feature. Fun!!!

(SDS) about V2/3?? Start (RH) on the lowest right side pull on the arete. With the (LH) on a low polished nothing hold!! Finish is the same....

It's like "Guiding Light" but shorter and not as classic, but worth doing if you're in the area!!

Note: Holds around the far right side of the arete are not to be use for this problem!!! They are very dirty, crumbly, and possible not safe to climb on anyway!!


Located in the "Work and Play" area to the right of and behind the "Play Thing Block" hidden by an evergreen tree one will find a nice clean face/arete. (SDS) and (STAND) start are possible and both are fun!!!


Pads and a spot.