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Armchair V1-2 5
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Energy V5- 6C
Hands and Fist Crack V0-1 4+
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Type: Boulder
FA: Jeremy Jennings
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Shared By: Jeremy Jennings on Jul 31, 2012
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Start with a right hand, crimp sidepull in the angled crack and a left hand on a small crimp edge. Your right foot is placed far right and your left foot is placed low in the angled crack. Move your left hand up to a pinch, then throw your right hand to a slopey sidepull and compress. Get your right foot up onto a small foothold and dyno up to the jug at the top of the boulder. The topout is easy.

  • I could not find this line on Mountainproject, and there wasn't any chalk on the holds. If this line has been done, please comment and let me know, so I can make this correction!*


This is two climbs to the right of Energy, V5, on the Energy Crag Wall.


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Englewood, CO
tscupp   Englewood, CO
The original starting left hand edge from the photo appears to have broken. There is now a decent left hand sidepull and a very small sloping crimp edge below it. Aug 31, 2017
evan h
Denver, CO
evan h   Denver, CO
So I think this felt easier than V6, because I used the more obvious, left sidepull to start the problem instead of the small, flat crimp indicated in the beta photo. Maybe using the crimp honors V6 a bit more, but the sidepull seems like the obvious choice for a start hold. I only realized this after the fact, but judging from all the chalk, I'm not the only one! Really fun problem! Jul 8, 2017
Ryando Smithman
Golden, CO
Ryando Smithman   Golden, CO
Fantastic, stand alone problem with great holds. The dyno is super fun. Nov 2, 2014
The compression on the slopers definitely make it harder. Do the dyno, you won't be disappointed. Jul 24, 2014
justin hausmann
Fort collins
justin hausmann   Fort collins
Did this both the compression way- hitting slightly higher than I originally thought on the right arrette and the more fun - straight up dyno to the jug - fun stuff, eh? Nov 17, 2013