Type: Boulder, 12 ft (4 m)
FA: possibly 1980s, FRA C. Simpson 2012 - after hold broke, Marcus Lima 2019
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Shared By: Christopher J Simpson on Mar 25, 2012
Admins: M Sprague, Joe M.

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(Update 5/17/15 - The left hand crux gaston crumbled off, so the line will likely be harder.)

Fun pulling on painful crimps. With great feet through the difficult moves, it's really a hand-beta challenge. Find the answer that makes the most sense for you!

Start on low jugs just right of tree stump, pull up through painful crimps to crux triangular flake above head-height. Gaston up left and finish on jug above the big horizontal shelf, or continue through to top.


On the tall smoother part of the left side of the wall, look for a line of crimps just right of a stump, that lead up to the left end of the prominent, left leaning slopey shelf.


Single pad.
(Or a whole squad of spotters for the 25-foot topout.)


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