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Big Bad Wolf V9 7C
Flake Direct, The V7 7A+
Flake Left, The V6 7A PG13
Flake, The V5 6C
Jewel Thief V9 7C
Mönch V1- 5-
North East Arete V7+ 7A+
Seam V7 7A+
Sharp Crimps V8 7B
Side Pulls V3 6A
Sidepull Slab Variation V3 6A PG13
Sidepulls Sit V6 7A
Slab Problems V0-1 4+
Treyverse V9 7C
V1 Slab V1 5
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Type: Boulder, 30 ft
FA: Trey Lewis
Page Views: 78 total, 1/month
Shared By: Trey Lewis on Dec 13, 2010
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Description

Start on the two good side-pulls on the arete and climb up to about 8ft, traverse right on a line of crimps (below the lip) and finish on The Flake Right. The first crux is making the match on the crimp on Side Pulls. The second crux is making the rose move with your left to the horn on The Flake Right.

Location

Starting on the left side of the main face.

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Alex McIntyre
Tucson, AZ
  V6-7
Alex McIntyre   Tucson, AZ
  V6-7
You still have to match, it just removes some of the pain. Feb 14, 2011
Trey Lewis
Glendale, Az
 
Trey Lewis   Glendale, Az
 
ahh so you climbed under the first crux. The line i did was across the upper rail of crimps. when i found the line, i was basing the beginning around that match. so it sounds like you didn't climb my Treyverse. it sounds like you climbed a lower variation. I that its fun to do that piano match. Jan 22, 2011
Alex McIntyre
Tucson, AZ
  V6-7
Alex McIntyre   Tucson, AZ
  V6-7
Best way I found- pull a couple of big shouldery moves down into the start holds for Sidepulls and then go up to the crimp you have to match. Done this way I think it is about V6-7. Good problem, uses some holds that don't see a lot of use! Jan 22, 2011
Trey Lewis
Glendale, Az
 
Trey Lewis   Glendale, Az
 
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This is how it goes.

:-) Dec 18, 2010