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Aftershock V6 7A
Athos V2-3 5+
Athos Arete V5 6C
Athos RIght V5 6C
Blue Jet V2 5+
Cronus V6 7A
Flying Spaghetti Monster V7- 7A+
Freedom Fries V10 7C+
Frites & Cassoulet V8 7B
Fulgora V8 7B
Fulgora (Stand) V4 6B
Fulgora Extension V9 7C
Hades V8 7B
Hyper Monster V11 8A
Hyperion V10 7C+
Hyperion Crack V4 6B
Loose Canon V12-13 8B
Paganish V3 6A
Pastafarian V9 7C
Russel's Teapot V3 6A
SHAZAM V6-7 7A+
Static Cling V6 7A
Static Crack V2- 5+
Titan Traverse V6 7A
Zeus (Stand) V3-4 6A+
Type: Boulder, 13 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
Page Views: 172 total, 2/month
Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Jun 25, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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A very hard start to an easygoing line. This is a campus move out of an overhang off of a pencil thin crimp. I dont like this line. It hurts and its one hard move to a way better, easy line... but the hold is there so I fugured why not. If you have nothing better to do than have at it, otherwise spend your time working a better V6. Like Horizon Line.

Find the nice in-cut crimp rail at bottom of the vertical face which is the standard stand-start into the line for "Static Crack" (v1/2)...

Look below this rail, down the overhang below. About a foot below the stand-start is a tiny gash crimp rail, which is the result of a broken flake that at one time was an awesome, more attractive, more fun hold before it broke . Match start from here and fire up with a campus move into the standard start. Finish as per the v1/2 line...
(If you can find useable feet... use them. Comment here at tell us where they are)

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