Type: Boulder, 15 ft (5 m)
FA: Pete Otis
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Shared By: Old Timer on Sep 30, 2010
Admins: Derek Sullivan, Joe M., Old Timer, jim.dangle

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Start sitting matched on a unique, winged-shaped crimp bar in the small cave and do a low traverse right about 6-7 feet using the crack and slots and then make a blind move around the corner battling the barn door and continue up the rising, slopey arete on marginal holds and feet. Set up and slap your right hand out to the obvious blocky side pull on the face. Keep slapping your left hand up the arete and top out over the peak.

Grade is for the original extended start described above.  

Grade can range pretty much dependent upon height/reach. Shorter climbers will find it to be harder while taller climbers may find it easier. Perhaps once more feedback comes in we can do a slash grade. Regardless of the grade, just enjoy the movement.