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Highland Lowball Arete V4 6B
Highlands Lowball (corner version) Arete V2+ 5+
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Type: Boulder, 7 ft
FA: Brad Caldwell
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Jul 9, 2010
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath, Jake Jones

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Description

The Highland Highball is hard to miss, and if you can find the highland Highball, it is equally hard to miss its little brother the Highland Lowball...
the Lowball Arete starts (when standing directly infront of it) from the sit on the far right hand corner with a heel-hook and moves into and over top of the lip to the closest convenient hands to gain a mantle over the front edge of the cube-like lowball block. continue to the short top spine of the block.

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The Highland Highball is hard to miss, and if you can find the highland Highball, it is equally hard to miss its little brother the Highland Lowball...
the Lowball Arete starts (when standing directly infront of it) from the sit on the far right hand corner

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Brad Caldwell
Deep in the Jocassee Gorges
  V2+
Brad Caldwell   Deep in the Jocassee Gorges
  V2+
The grade went up after the right foot broke on the FA from a V2 to a V3. The low start, not exactly a sit start, goes at a V2. Fun route! Jul 14, 2010
Aaron Parlier
Boone, NC
 
Aaron Parlier   Boone, NC  
 
Thanks for the grade info! Oct 18, 2010

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