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Girdle Traverse, The V2 5+
Low Level Girdle Traverse, The V2 5+
Problem 01 V-easy 3
Problem 02 V-easy 3
Problem 03 V0- 4-
Problem 04 V0 4
Problem 04.2 V1 5
Problem 04.5 V4 6B
Problem 05 V1+ 5
Problem 06 V0 4
Problem 07 V1 5
Problem 08 V-easy 3
Problem 09 V-easy 3
Problem 10 V0+ 4+
Problem 10.1 V1 5
Problem 11 V-easy 3
Problem 12 V-easy 3
Problem 13 V0+ 4+
Problem 13.5 V2 5+
Problem 14 V1+ 5
Problem 14.1 V1 5
Problem 15 V0 4
Problem 16 V-easy 3
Problem 17 V1+ 5
Problem 17.5 V3 6A
Problem 18 V2 5+
Problem 18.5 V4 6B
Problem 19 V1 5
Problem 20 V0- 4-
Problem 21 V0- 4-
Problem 22 V0- 4-
Problem 23 V-easy 3
Problem 24 V-easy 3
Problem 25 V-easy 3
Problem 26 V-easy 3
Problem 27 V-easy 3
Problem 28 V-easy 3
Problem 29 V0- 4-
Problem 30 V0 4
Problem 31 V0 4
Problem 32 V0- 4-
Problem 33 V-easy 3
Problem 34 V-easy 3
Problem 35 V-easy 3
Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Euan Cameron on Jul 24, 2010
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Sit start as per Problem 05. Instead of moving right into the corner make a powerful sequence of moves directly up the overhanging wall (avoiding all the large holds in the crack on the right). The crux involves a powerful move from a small hold for the right hand located to the left of the large holds in the crack, up to better holds for the left.

Once at the better holds continue directly up the bulge above (again avoiding any holds in the crack).

Location

Located between Problem 04 and Problem 05

Protection

Pads and spotter recommended

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