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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: John Cartozian
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Shared By: John Cartozian on Oct 9, 2011
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, Chris treggE

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Start on left pinch and crack underneath small roof. Make some fun moves through a sloping rail and pinches on the arete to a delicate move to gain the top.

Right wall is off


On boulder 1, to the right of Right Red Arete.

Start on solid left pinch and crack.

Walk off.




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Bill, I love you too. I had put the easier variation on here as well because it was the first thing i tried and got, then focused on the lower start. So they went as two separate problems even though the boulder is super small.

Why not give the kids two rather than one?

There is photographic proof, as well as video evidence. Im just a lazy to get it on here in a timely fashion.

The video is not in 3D unfortunately, I couldn't get a hold of James Cameron. Nov 2, 2011
Broomfield, CO
sweatpants   Broomfield, CO
3D seems to be all the rage with the kids these days... Oct 19, 2011
Sweaty, HD Video is the new standard. Oct 19, 2011
Broomfield, CO
sweatpants   Broomfield, CO
no photo posted so it didn't happen.

That is all. Oct 19, 2011
Bill Wendt
Wheaton, Illinois
Bill Wendt   Wheaton, Illinois
First of I must say John I love you, you are a good friend and always a joy to climb/hang out with.

I believe this is still a community website where we gather behind our anonymous computers where we judge each others FAs, the ratings we give them and sometimes give each other props for good sends and contributing to the community climbing.

That all being said, Johnny boy, why would you cut a problem in half and call it as two FA's? This one and the sit are the same problem. especially when you sent both in the same day.

Besides that, GOOD JOB on the send! We used the crimp out left as the left start hold and we used the right wall if we couldn't reach the sloper hold. We just knew where the problem was but we didnt know your restrictions. Oct 19, 2011