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A dream come true V6- 7A
Ab Lounge V9-10 7C+
Big Crunch V2 5+
C-Span V2 5+
Center Spooge V10 7C+
Dinosaurs Asscrack V0- 4-
Discloser V0 4
Eat Your Oatmeal V5 6C
El Nino V4- 6B
Electralica V6 7A
Free Parking V0 4
Gak V0- 4-
Give it to Mikey V3 6A
Hero Span V6 7A
Houses of the Holy V0 4
Hulk V7- 7A+
Le Beak V4 6B
Left Spooge V1 5
Mikey V6 7A
Miles Dead V0 4
Miles High V0 4
Mills Lane V7 7A+
Munchkin Traverse V4 6B
No Hurt Me Foot V6 7A
Planet Earth V6 7A
Privileged Planet V3 6A
Rings Around the Rosy V2 5+
Rings of Uranus V3 6A
Strickland Dyno V7 7A+
Top Hat V3-4 6A+
Tweak the Beak V3 6A
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Shared By: ferrells on Sep 15, 2011
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A short and technical problem that will force you to use a little power. This one is tricky, so don't read on if you want to sort it out by yourself. Start with small cimps for your hands in the roof, your right foot pushing, and a weird heel-toe on the left. You basically do the whole problem by pulling hard on the left foot.
The crux move is the first, then cut your feet, and finish up and left on bigger edges to a couple of jugs. Drop from here.
Most people don't seem to like it all that much, but I thought it was great.


As you walk back toward Le Beak, past Rings of Uranus, look for a corridor on the left. This problem is hidden within, on the right side, and is obvious for its steepness and small crimps. It looks like its going to be v11 until you find the heel-toe.


One pad.



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