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Walk Off V1- 5- PG13
Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
Page Views: 551 total · 6/month
Shared By: Dan Brayack on Feb 17, 2011
Admins: Ladd, Vicki Schwantes, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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Description

Start on horizontals and climb the tall face past a left facing sidepull and some slopers to the top. Highball!

Location

On the right boulder this is the right side of the arete, facing the trail. It is distinguished by an obvious left facing feature.

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Jacob Sustrich  
  V2+
Definitely harder than V1, and if you're short it's gonna be either really hard or really scary Aug 9, 2016
jonalexander
New York, New York
 
jonalexander   New York, New York
 
this is a great warm up for twist dah hick. it felt more difficult than tilted tree arete. Oct 29, 2015
Kennedy O'Donnell
McLean, VA
Kennedy O'Donnell   McLean, VA
Past the left facing jug I had trouble finding feet to go up right on what seemed like very shallow jugs and crimps. Scary two because the hard moves are past the big left facing flake/jug Jun 19, 2014

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