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Routes in Tiger-Side Boulder

Bengal V4 6B
Crucifiction (of the Flesh) V6 7A
Frisky Monkey V6 7A
Nexus V7 7A+
Plead V1 5
Plead Guilty V2 5+
Tigerside V5 6C
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Oct 30, 2011
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Jake Jones, Shawn Heath

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Description

Tigerside Boulder:


-This isnt something that you come to GHSP to climb specifically, but once youve done the proud lines give it a go... More fun than it looks!-



this is the (lower right) leftward traversing sit start that links into "Plead" standard:

below the left boulder in "the room" on the LRT which has "tiger side" "Bengal" "Nexus" and "Crucifixion" is a diagonal dish-like boulder that follows back up to be quite tall at the top. this is directly below the 'tiger striped' banded quartzite boulder.
sitstart very low and almost beneath the banded boulder and traverse left until you are at the front end of the block where you will follow beneath the face of the dish to complete the hard face moves.
Sit start matched on a deep crack/flake that faces to the right. traverse left for 4 feet with heel hooks until you reach the positive flat shoulder, which is 3.5 feet off the ground. from the positive flat portion move left to the overhanging face to gain a left hand on the coarse, crescent crimp-line. fall into a good edge and blast out to a sharp but huge knob to the far left.
from the knob, gain control and continue up through nice features and hands to the tallish top out.

Location

this is the low, right, traversing sit start that links into "Plead" standard:

below the left boulder in "the room" on the LRT which has "tiger side" "Bengal" "Nexus" and "Crucifixion" is a diagonal dish-like boulder that follows back up to be quite tall at the top. this is directly below the 'tiger striped' banded quartzite boulder.
sitstart very low and almost beneath the banded boulder and traverse left until you are at the front end of the block where you will follow beneath the face of the dish to complete the hard face moves.
Sit start matched on a deep crack/flake that faces to the right.

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