Avg: 2 from 2 votes
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|Shared By:||Cragophilia on Apr 22, 2011|
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This is a dang challenging boulder problem. This blank arete seems at first to defy climbing, but there is a way. Crouch start with an undercling on your left hand and use creative holds to work up the arete. A sloped, one-finger pocket is a good hold for this problem! A successful ascent usually requires a fingertip gaston, a full-on rock hump, and a lot of cussing and head scratching.