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Dimples V1 5
Down Climb V0 4
Misfire offwidth T 5.11 6c+ 23 VIII- 23 E4 5c
Pocket Full of Shells V2 5+
Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Austin Tipton
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Shared By: CaseyE Eales on May 11, 2011
Admins: Hank Caylor, Matt Richardson, LeeAB Brinckerhoff

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Start with left hand in a good low jug and right hand in a high jug, (there is also a right foot cam), climb straight up and pull the fun top out.

Try to stay away from the chossy blocks to the right of the climb as they may rip off in your face.


Located on the overhang directly to the right of the V0 down climb, There is a space on the overhang to the left of the chossy blocks that goes up on good pockets and crimps.

Down climb on the V0 to the left


There is a steep ramp like boulder at the landing that makes spotting the top out important though the holds are good.

At least 1 pad and a spotter.


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ATipton   Amarillo, Texas
I think I did this route around a year ago and called it "Pocket Full of Shells". Not as good of quailty as the surrounding lines (I remember pulling off a few holds in the process) but worthy anyways. I started sitting and went up and somewhat left to the pockets on the lip, not using the upside down tufa to the right. Very cool top out and sit portions just be prepared to destroy some sandstone figuring out this problem. May 12, 2011

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