Type: Boulder, 13 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
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Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Jul 17, 2012
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath, Jake Jones

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(hang & drop)
To the left of the black streak. Find the high jug crack line that runs horizontally across the upper portion of the face. Follow it to the middle of the face and as it dips down to its lowest point, follow a line down to the bottom. This is the boulder problem. Also look for two nice jug rails at about 8ft up. The line climbs between them and you use both.

Below the two jug rails, either sit start or low start (whichever you like) on lower crimps. Work up into the twin jug rails, up to a thin crimp, and then pull to the massive jug crack. This is a hang & drop, but I would advise down climbing a bit if at all possible.

Note: I didnt finish this up into super highball territory due to the next hold. It looks like it would pop off... and its 100% neccissary to get to the actual top. I usually dont enjoy hang & drop lines, but this climbs really well and I was happy to drop here. Its a logical end point.


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