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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Sep 13, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath, Jake Jones

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Description

I’ll say ahead of time, this problem is only fun if you do the low/squat start, which makes you use two awesome, balance specific “bumps” that are the size of pencil erasers to gain the better holds… pretty cool in my book but may be too “contrived” for some boulder problem snobs who don’t like squat starts…

• Hike down and this will be the in the first set of climbable boulders you come to and it will be on your right, directly beside of the trail. Walk around to the backside of it (the side facing away from you as you hike down to it). This side will look like and egg/oval and this problem is on the far left main face.
-go to the far left side of the main face where the ground starts to incline uphill more. As the boulder begins to wrap more to the back you will see a dead tree which has been snapped in half. “Ace” is on the climbable face which is before you get to the dead tree.
-Start squatted with a right hand on a very low crimp and a left hand very low on a sidepull in the rim of a dish that is about 1.5 ft off of the leaves… get a high foot and balance… gain the two tiny “eraser” bumps and balance through to gain the higher crimp into the crimp rail. Match and follow the next knobs to massive jugs to the top out…

Location

Hike down and this will be the in the first set of climbable boulders you come to and it will be on your right, directly beside of the trail. Walk around to the backside of it (the side facing away from you as you hike down to it). This side will look like and egg/oval and this problem is on the far left main face.
-go to the far left side of the main face where the ground starts to incline uphill more. As the boulder begins to wrap more to the back you will see a dead tree which has been snapped in half. “Ace” is on the climbable face which is before you get to the dead tree.

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