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Alpine Feel V0 4
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Barnacles V1 5
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Bushmen V4+ 6B+
Crimps, The V5- 6C
Crimpsqueak V8 7B
Dish, The V1 5
Dr. Doom V2 5+
Drugstore Cowboy V3 6A
Flake, The V4 6B
Flounder V2 5+
Foot Fumpkin V4 6B
Hanta Man V9 7C
Heir Apparent V0 4
Hole, The V6 7A
Hueco Route, The V1 5
Jib, The V8 7B
Lamb, The V3 6A
Madvillian V2 5+
No Pain No Grain V5 6C
Ockham's Razor V5 6C
Peephole, The V10-11 8A
Pimpsqueak V9 7C
Pocket Rocket V3 6A
Pocket, The V4 6B PG13
Pruning Shears V1 5
Rail, The V3 6A
Rudder, The V1 5 R
Sail, The V9 7C
Scoop, The V2 5+
Shard, The V5 6C
Spongepad Squarepad V3 6A
Squarepusher V3 6A
Superman V10 7C+
Swordfish V4+ 6B+
Tentacles, The V3 6A
Undercling, The V5- 6C
Wooly Mammoth V0 4
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Shared By: ferrells on Oct 31, 2011
Admins: Scott Coldiron, Nate Ball, Jon Nelson, Micah Klesick

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Seasonal Raptor Closures Details

Description

Start on the lower left, on holds as low as you dare use (slopier closer to the bottom), and climb up and right to the stranded jug pockets in the middle of the face.
Then do the flashy "Fred Nicole finish" by kicking the boulder behind. You don't have to jump onto it or anything, just kick your foot over and touch it, and you're done.
Really fun!

There is a variant (or the complete line, if you like) that starts on this problem and finishes straight up from the stranded huecos (Cloaca, v11).

Location

In the first room of the two hidden rooms across from The Peephole.

Protection

A pad and spotter.

Photos

Jon Nelson
Bellingham, WA
Jon Nelson   Bellingham, WA  
Yes, it would be nice to see pics of the tunneling moves.

Please post if you have them. Jul 30, 2016
ferrells  
 
profoundly jealous that you have done this and i have not Jul 30, 2016
szheng
 
szheng  
 
If you're skinny enough, climbing into the first large hueco and squeezing through the improbable-looking gap to emerge headfirst out of the rock to grab the finish holds is quite possibly the most hilarious and fun climb I have ever done Jul 18, 2016