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Sit start at the back on a triangular crip and climb out the roof to a jug near the lip


Left side of Fred's Cave. Very first problem in the cave.


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randy baum
Minneapolis, MN
randy baum   Minneapolis, MN
There are two starts that can be used for this problem.

1) Start hands crossed, with left hand underclinging the triangle crimp hold and right hand on a good crimp.

2) Start matched on the triangle hold with right foot on a decent but dirty foot that is found underneath the roof.

It seems that option 1 is more popular and is easier for short people. Option 2 is less common but possibly easier for taller people.

Which is the "standard" start? Jan 2, 2013
Andrew Roepke
Kansas City, Missouri
Andrew Roepke   Kansas City, Missouri
Starting matched is the proper start, pulling on is arguably the crux. Oct 2, 2016
JD Borgeson  
starting matched on the triangle is the start for campus card. having a left hand undercling and a right hand on the next hold up is the start for triforce. if you do the latter start for campus card, you are essentially skipping the crux. Feb 21, 2017