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Routes in Contact Boulder

Black Snake V0-1 4+
Clapper Claw V4 6B
Contact Left V3-4 6A+
Copperhead V3 6A
Full Contact V4 6B
Heel or Peel V1 5
Memorial V6 7A
Mostly Harmless V4 6B
Polaris V6- 7A
Sleepy Hollow V1 5
Type: Boulder, 9 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
Page Views: 319 total, 3/month
Shared By: Aaron Parlier on May 27, 2010
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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Description

walk around the Contact boulder to the steeply overhanging nose. under the nose will be a vertical crack line. at the base of the crack line is a large jug/ledge. to the right from the crack line and the jug, and up along the incline will be a smooth, completely vertical sidepull. these will be your sitstart holds for "Polaris" (v-7).
Sitstart low and underneath the overhanging nose. this problem climbs straight out of the nose and tops out on the right side of the end of the nose on the shorter segment of the lip (as compared to the rest of the top outs for the nose to the left).
Sit start with a left hand on the upper right side of the huge jug segment at the low portion of the crack line under the nose. heel hook your left foot near the hand. use smooth flat sidepull overhead for a right hand.
pick up and lunge back to a left hand pinch/crimp hold. toe in on the big starting jug ledge and fire out to a far edge with your right hand. toe-hook out right and come into a nearby left hand crimp. campus to the boulders lip. top out.

Location

walk around the Contact boulder to the steeply overhanging nose. under the nose will be a vertical crack line. at the base of the crack line is a large jug/ledge. to the right from the crack line and the jug, and up along the incline will be a smooth, completely vertical sidepull. these will be your sitstart holds for "Polaris" (v-7).
Sitstart low and underneath the overhanging nose. this problem climbs straight out of the nose and tops out on the right side of the end of the nose on the shorter segment of the lip (as compared to the rest of the top outs for the nose to the left).

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