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Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Eric Christensen? Brian S.?
Page Views: 75 total · 1/month
Shared By: Brian S on Jun 18, 2010
Admins: Mike Snyder, Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Aeon Aki

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Dirt roads reopened as of June 2014 Details


Start sitting down, follow the crack until it ends, make a large move out right to a detached flake (say a little prayer it doesn't break).


It is in the Originals Area on the backside of the Ra Slab boulder.


2-3 pads. The problem is not high but the landing is uneven.


Eric did the FA and did not name it as far as I know. Jul 20, 2010
I wasn't informed of any name, just FA info. Thanks for at least posting it up, so people at least know the thing exists. Jun 26, 2010
Brian S
Brian S  
That is cool. I appreciate the information. Names and grades would also be helpful. I rather push things forward, than reinvent. Jun 26, 2010
I hate to be so damn repetitive, but this has also been done, once again, quite a few years ago by Davin Bagdonas and Eric Christensen. Jun 24, 2010
Brian S
Brian S  
I sent this problem on 06/16/10 (thanks, Tim from Laramie!). I'm unsure of the grade. It is probably height-dependent because of the large move from the crack to the flake. I also a sent a fun mantle problem (V3) that starts by stepping off a rock. There is very obvious, direct line from the sit start in the crack to the mantle. It was too hard for us that day. Jun 18, 2010