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FA: lichen felt untouched, late eighties
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Shared By: Ken Trout on Feb 17, 2011
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Leave the pad waiting below the final prow and start over right on small holds. Traverse left to the jug rail and finish up the highball 5.9. The direct is fun too, jump start from the left side of the prow. I'm not sure if this is a V0 or maybe a little harder. There is another good problem further right on pockets and crystals up the green wall.


Luke Childers
Luke Childers  
Not sure about a route grade? It's a boulder problem, albeit kinda tall? I think V1ish would fit? Really great problem for sure!!! Apr 8, 2013
nate post
nate post   Silverthorne
More fun than I expected. I would say V1 just because it's sort a highball. I guess 5.10 is accurate. Either way it's worth doing whether you give it a route grade or V-scale. May 12, 2013
Ethan Little
Longmont, CO
Ethan Little   Longmont, CO
There's an excellent variation that heads left from the jug rail and up the liebacks to a large pocket jug just below the lip. High topout onto possibly sandy terrain. Mar 11, 2016