Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Ian Cotter-Brown
Page Views: 966 total · 10/month
Shared By: SSchultz on Apr 24, 2011
Admins: Burton Lindquist, Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge

You & This Route

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Start on Jenga and move into the stand start of Hungry Hippos. It turned out to be a surprisingly natural line with really cool movement.




Madison, WI
Remo   Madison, WI
This sounds supper good! Can't wait to try it. Apr 25, 2011
Dylan Colon
Eugene, OR
Dylan Colon   Eugene, OR
I'm not clear about exactly where this diverges from Jenga. I understand that they share the first two moves, but does one then do the left hand third move up to the sloper on Jenga and reach super high with the right from there? Clearly the finish jug on Jenga is off for this one, but is anything else eliminated? For the stand start are the start holds for Jenga on for the feet? Jun 3, 2011
chris tregge
chris tregge   Beersconsin  
Steve's blog has video, sickygnargnar.blogspot.com. You will have to go back to the 'Velvet Hammer' post on April 25th. Jun 3, 2011
I suppose the description wasn't super clear but you end up with your right hand on the arete of Jenga and your left hand on the good crimp just left of the arete. You'd normally hold that one with your right though, before going up to the jug on Jenga. Make sense?

At that point you exit around the corner to the right. Jun 3, 2011
Hemberger Hemberger
Madison, Wisconsin
Hemberger Hemberger   Madison, Wisconsin
So much fun! Jun 12, 2011
Madison, WI
Remo   Madison, WI
This is one of the best link-up problems in the park. The moves stay consistently hard right up to the finish. Apr 4, 2012