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Type: Boulder
FA: Paul Robinson
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Shared By: mlloyd on Nov 10, 2012
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This is a good hard problem that is perhaps a bit soft.... Start low on the jugs of Pig Dog, but climb up and left through good but small pockets to a micro crimper on the face. Bust out the bulge and you're done.

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Luke Childers  
  V9
Fantastic line! Much better than I would have thought! I recommend! Jan 16, 2015
Ben Sachs
  V9
Ben Sachs  
  V9
Fun problem that is steeper and more gymnastic than many in the Boulder area. Mar 14, 2013
Cesar Valencia  
  V9
Here is a video I made of the climb.

youtube.com/watch?v=Aaz9RM-… Jan 12, 2013
Cesar Valencia  
  V9
I sent this one today!! It was my second day on it, and it was an awesome boulder problem. I felt like it was more in the V9 range though. I have never sent a V9 or V10 to be honest prior to this, which is why Im leaning towards V9, since it only took 2 days of work. I would love to take V10 on it, but it just wouldn't feel right for me personally. I have been trying 606 on the Gill Boulder for 7 days now, and that feels a step above this for sure. I have also tried Whispers of Wisdom, and this was not really in the same realm as that. I am about 5'5" which might make the lock off move to the crimp feel easier, since I don’t feel all crunched up. Being tall might be a disadvantage but idk. It is an amazing boulder problem and I think if your up there you should get on it. I was really excited to get this. Jan 11, 2013