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Kitten Mittens V3 6A
Six 50 V3 6A
Stumble V0-1 4+
Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: ??Walker??
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Oct 25, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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Description

Six 50 Blade:

As you walk down the LRT from the top lookout, continue past MOW and the SLS Roof. as you pass the SLS Roof look off of the trail to the right and you will notice (after several yards) a distant overhanging blade/arete offset from the trail through the open, clear forest. this is the Six 50 Blade.

Kitten Mittens sit starts on the right side of the blade/arete and follows the edge of the arete to the left to top out on the far left side of the boulder.

sit start on the far, low, left side of the blade/arete and navigate to the left through tough moves over crimps, slopey sections, far moves, and smooth knobs to gain the good top out on the far left portion of the blade (past the "nose" of the blade and on to the left).

Beware of the deep gully/ravine/trench below the crux moves. spotters and pads here make it nicer...

Location

As you walk down the LRT from the top lookout, continue past MOW and the SLS Roof. as you pass the SLS Roof look off of the trail to the right and you will notice (after several yards) a distant overhanging blade/arete offset from the trail through the open, clear forest. this is the Six 50 blade.

Kitten Mittens sit starts on the right side of the blade/arete

Description

Six 50 Blade:

As you walk down the LRT from the top lookout, continue past MOW and the SLS Roof. as you pass the SLS Roof look off of the trail to the right and you will notice (after several yards) a distant overhanging blade/arete offset from the trail through the open, clear forest. this is the Six 50 Blade.

Kitten Mittens sit starts on the right side of the blade/arete and follows the edge of the arete to the left to top out on the far left side of the boulder.

sit start on the far, low, left side of the blade/arete and navigate to the left through tough moves over crimps, slopey sections, far moves, and smooth knobs to gain the good top out on the far left portion of the blade (past the "nose" of the blade and on to the left).

Beware of the deep gully/ravine/trench below the crux moves. spotters and pads here make it nicer...

Protection

pads

Location

As you walk down the LRT from the top lookout, continue past MOW and the SLS Roof. as you pass the SLS Roof look off of the trail to the right and you will notice (after several yards) a distant overhanging blade/arete offset from the trail through the open, clear forest. this is the Six 50 blade.

Kitten Mittens sit starts on the right side of the blade/arete

Protection

pads

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