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Routes in Bi-Lingual Boulder

Bi-Lingual V1 5
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Biopsy V4 6B
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Lingual Arete (Right Sit-start) V4 6B
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Type: Boulder
FA: Aaron James Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Sep 11, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath, Jake Jones

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the arete is a low start, but not a sit.
start on good flake at the bottom, and look for the decent holds along its sides. at the top there are several quality holds that make topping out a breeze. the bottom, first few moves make the crux.


On the Bi-Lingual Boulder.
when facing the "Bilingual" problem, walk to your right, around the boulder to where it ends. turn to the boulder and you should see a flat-faced arete, ending at sharp at the top, making a sort of triangle shape since the boulders base is more than your arm lenght wide.





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