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Routes in Interstate Homeless Camp

A Dubious Encounter V3-4 6A+
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Dogs Doing Brain Surgery V0 4 R
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Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Dave Williams
Page Views: 77 total · 1/month
Shared By: Cricket on Apr 24, 2011
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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Description

This is a commiting arete/traverse on fairly good rock. There are some slopers and very sharp edges as you work left up the arete. The problem stand starts on the right side of the obvious face and works left to the very top. There are some nice crosses and front pointing and smearing. Its a problem that has some nice beta for everyone, not just tall or short people. The top out is very committing so make sure you are in the right space of mind before attempting. The landing is very good until you commit to the top out. Dont blow it.

Location

The boulder should be easy to find if you look at the pic. Its in the middle of the boulder field about 100 yards from the highway. You can walk off the back of the boulder.

Protection

In my opinion you're gonna want at least two pads for this one. The last slopers are marginal and if your hands skate off its a ways down.

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Mobes Mobesely
Granite island
  V1 PG13
Mobes Mobesely   Granite island
  V1 PG13
headed out there today, nice problem. May 1, 2011
Cricket
From the heart
 
Cricket   From the heart
 
were going out there today to hopefully wrap up a couple loose ends.
stoked on your new routes! cant believe how much good stuff there is in this area and outlieing areas. May 8, 2011

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