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Baby's Head V1 5 R
Break on Through V9 7C
Easy Street V-easy 3 PG13
Hallway Traverse V0 4
No Knees V0+ 4+
Project? V10+ 7C+
Static Eliminator V4 6B
Static Head V6 7A
Street Corner V0- 4-
Wedgie Roof V6 7A
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Wills Young
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Shared By: Sean Denny on Jan 20, 2011
Admins: andy patterson, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Start on opposing sidepulls. Execute some hard moves right and up using a huge amount of tension and some strong fingers. A beautiful line that doesn't get done very often.
I haven't sent, so I'm reluctant to commit, but this seems really hard for the grade.

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Start about 10 feet to the left of Static Eliminator on a bad left sidepull and good right sidepull.

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steve edwards
SLC, UT
steve edwards   SLC, UT
Wills' beta is insane if you're tall. Granted, I'm not the strongest or most flexible person on the planet but getting your foot that close to your hands using those holds was something that was never going to happen for me, no matter how much Bikram I could stomach. Feb 1, 2015
andy patterson
Carpinteria, CA
andy patterson   Carpinteria, CA  
I knew I wasn't crazy; I remember the "big edge" you grab used to be bigger. At some point a handful of years ago, it broke. I wasn't trying it much then, but I do remember something being different. The Wills Way seems to be the ticket nowadays. Mar 27, 2012
This one is a gem.

Wills originally called this V10, but 2nd & 3rd ascents (as far as I know Normal Guy and myself, respectively) used a different sequence than he did. Wills repeated it as well with new beta, all of us agreed it wasn't V10. That said, I put a lot of effort to try and do it the original way also (crimping out right after the flake before moving up), and while I had the 'big move' version pretty wired, I could NEVER do it the way Wills did it. Really, really scrunchy and fingery. Would be interesting to know if anyone else ever did it his way. Mar 27, 2012
andy patterson
Carpinteria, CA
andy patterson   Carpinteria, CA  
I thought it was hard for the grade too until I saw Bernd WALK up it. Repeatedly. Then I thought "hey, I should try again". So I did.

It still felt hard.

I always blame my failure on the size of my fingers, and the fact that they don't fit inside the crux "slot"—which, unfortunately, you have to crank on in order to gain the upper holds. But my failure has more to do with the fact that Break On Through is too hard, and I'm too weak.

Some day. Mar 26, 2012