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45 V7-8 7B
45 Arete V8-9 7B+
45 Center Face V4 6B
45 Degree Stand Start V7 7A+
45 Degree Wall Sit Start V8 7B
45 Left V6 7A
45 Right V2 5+
45 Traverse V4 6B
Apex V4 6B
Bigfoot V3 6A
Butt Crack V4 6B
Circ Mantel V0- 4-
Dom Don't Know V3-4 6A+
Domino V1 5
Domino Face V0+ 4+
Gathering, The V6 7A
Low Ride V5 6C
Open Circuit V7 7A+
Planet of the Apes V2 5+
Slopey Circ Arete V7- 7A+
Slopey Circ Mantel V3- 6A
Thin Circ V2 5+
Unknown Lowball V1-2 5
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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Seth Derr on Jan 7, 2012
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC

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Sit start on good left facing edge and right arete. Top 'er out


Behind the 45, shares a boulder with Slopey Dom


1 pad


skinny legs and all
Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
skinny legs and all   Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
The stand start is a great little V0, I love this problem, it is perfect for beginners. The gaston move and slopey mantel are textbook. A sit start with hands on the large footholds can be done making it a V1.

Climbing the right side of the arete with the corner in your left hand is a nice V1. It is cool to sit start this variation as well, likely adding a grade and making it a V2. Or combine the right side sit into the left stand, or the left sit into the right stand. You could even turn either of the sit starts into the face climb that is just left of the arete at V1 or so. Possibilities abound on this neat chunk of rock! Feb 3, 2013

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