Type: Boulder, 13 ft
FA: Eric Zscheische
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Shared By: nds on Nov 25, 2012
Admins: C Miller, Greg Opland, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Stand start with right hand sidepull in the diagonal crack rail, left on crimp out left. Move up and left encountering big moves. Mantle


Visable from the Illicit Sweetie boulder, the problem faces you. Fairly obvious rail in the overhang.




Oceanside, Ca
nds   Oceanside, Ca
This problem has seen a range of grades attached to it... V7 on the main page of this area, v8 in the old guide, and v6 in the new one. Even saw a video of a taller guy on it calling it v4. Somewhat dependent on body type, I think v6 is fair for Josh. Nov 26, 2012
Lonnie Valencia
Los Angeles, California
Lonnie Valencia   Los Angeles, California
Sweet video of some guy sending... Calls it V7

nspecto.com/nicole-overhang… Mar 11, 2013
tanner jones  
Anyone know anything about the history of this line/boulder? are the nicole brothers involved in any way?

looked up the first ascensionist and found this short interview: climbing.com/climber/eric-z…

sounds like a very interesting fellow and a great artist as well. context is everything and my adoration for this climb just went up a couple notches. Jan 29, 2015
In around the year 1998, the Fred Nicole told me about this line. He was unsure if he did the FA, and he suggested v8 for grade. I had not heard of the line before that. Many years later Eric Zscheschie claimed the FA on it, said he did that and Kingpin during the same timeframe, which I believe was in the mid 1980's. Feb 9, 2015
So Cal, now in Sandy, UT
johannsolo   So Cal, now in Sandy, UT
I onsighted this problem years ago and thought it was around V4/V5 (JT ratings, not the gym fluff rating). I'm 5' 10". Jan 22, 2016
Joshua Tree, CA
z.karcher   Joshua Tree, CA
v6 seems fair to me. Not much harder than JBMFP. (pretty different problems, but they take a similar amount of effort.) Nov 7, 2018
Ashley Swenson
Pasadena, CA
Ashley Swenson   Pasadena, CA