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Captain Hook V1 5
River Patrol V4-5 6B+
Type: Boulder, 8 ft
FA: Sheila Rahim
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Oct 9, 2010
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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Description

So fun!!

When looking at the River Patrol Prow, this problem is on the very slightly over hung face to the right on the prow fin. this is the short face to the left of the tree in the center of the room-like/cave-like enclosed area formed by the two leaning boulders.

the problem "Captain Hook" sitstarts in the middle of the short face with a left hand on the left facins deep juggy sidepull made by the long huge flack (which looks like "captain hooks nose" where the problem gained its namesake) and a right hand on a smaller but juggy crimp pull below the huge "nose" flake.

pull up and gain the thin, slimper rail which is the top of the "nosr flake" and the power a big toss to the top of the boulder. move through to the very back of the prows fin to gain the ultra easy top out.

Location

When looking at the River Patrol Prow, this problem is on the very slightly over hung face to the right on the prow fin. this is the short face to the left of the tree in the center of the room-like/cave-like enclosed area formed by the two leaning boulders.

Protection

pad

Description

So fun!!

When looking at the River Patrol Prow, this problem is on the very slightly over hung face to the right on the prow fin. this is the short face to the left of the tree in the center of the room-like/cave-like enclosed area formed by the two leaning boulders.

the problem "Captain Hook" sitstarts in the middle of the short face with a left hand on the left facins deep juggy sidepull made by the long huge flack (which looks like "captain hooks nose" where the problem gained its namesake) and a right hand on a smaller but juggy crimp pull below the huge "nose" flake.

pull up and gain the thin, slimper rail which is the top of the "nosr flake" and the power a big toss to the top of the boulder. move through to the very back of the prows fin to gain the ultra easy top out.

Location

When looking at the River Patrol Prow, this problem is on the very slightly over hung face to the right on the prow fin. this is the short face to the left of the tree in the center of the room-like/cave-like enclosed area formed by the two leaning boulders.

Protection

pad

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