Type: Boulder, 14 ft (4 m)
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Shared By: Jay Shultis on Feb 19, 2013
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Placeholder name. Stand or SDS (for bonus points) in the pit infront of a big pine tree. Climb straight up the face to gain the cool squeeze moves near the top. Opposing sidepulls, small feet, and some commitment will help you gain the jug horn at the apex. Mantle and traverse Left to downclimb. The nice topout is covered in briars. If you go around to the top and trim back the briars you can safely ascend up to the top.

Alternately you can avoid the direct start by mantling up and Right to a ledge an dwork back Left into the sommiting squeeze at the apex.


Far right side of boulder.


Three pads is about right to plug the hole and make a good base. Otherwise it's pretty sketchy.


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