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Dime Crack V4 6B
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Type: Boulder, 15 ft
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Shared By: John-Michael Judson on Nov 21, 2010
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Start on jugs on right end of obvious crack next to tree. Campus start or make use of extremely small feet under overhang, traverse left along crack then up through crimps to the right of the tree to gain top


Trailside boulder around to the right of the usual warm up V0's.


a pad or two, competent spotter. Watch for small snakes while topping out.


Hardest V4 EVER Dec 3, 2010
Brandon Marks
Pittsburgh, PA
Brandon Marks   Pittsburgh, PA
A little tough for v4 in my opinion Jul 21, 2011
Colin R
Ottawa, ON
Colin R   Ottawa, ON
Also found this quite hard for V4 imo. Apr 14, 2018
Josiah Dover
Chattanooga, TN
Josiah Dover   Chattanooga, TN
I was in the area without a guidebook and hopped on this one, thought it was v5/6. So definitely agree with the 'tough for a 4' train
Awesome problem though Jun 9, 2018
Brian Abram
Celo, NC
Brian Abram   Celo, NC
It's about as sandbagged as the other popular/classic v3-v5 Westside problems at Rumbling Bald. This, Rotator Cuff, Basketball Mantle, Kung Fu Grip, and Sleeping in the Devil's Bed are all HARD for their given grade relative to High Country bouldering areas Jun 16, 2018

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