Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Jason St. Mary 12/9/2011
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Shared By: St. Mary on Dec 21, 2011
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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The problem is to the left (west-facing) side of the boulder. The traverse starts all the way left on the arete, next to the adjacent small boulder on the ground. It begins with left hand on the arete and right hand on the angling sidepull. The problem moves up and then right, following the obvious line of crimps and edges. The problem leads to the good horn and tops out in the groove around to the right.


Downclimb the opposite side of the boulder near the beginning of the problem.


A couple of pads and a spotter are nice but not essential.


St. Mary
St. Mary  
Put this up this winter after discovering it in the early summer. Oh, how life, work, and family get in the way of climbing! I cleaned it up quite a bit, and pretty sure no one climbed it before. Please climb and let me know what you think; I'm fairly new at putting up lines. Have fun and enjoy. Dec 21, 2011
Justin Putnam  
This is a good problem; however, I think it's better to go from right to left and add a sit start on the arete. Climbing it this way is probably closer to V5, and going from left to right from the stand is probably closer to V4. May 4, 2014