Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: R. Miramontes
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Shared By: atp on Mar 24, 2013
Admins: Colin Parker, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Access Issue: Remember to fill out a wilderness permit, even if climbing for the day! Details


Sit start on low sloping shelf, move up and on slopers, edges, crimps and ......knee bars?


South side of boulder




this climb seems to have migrated to the right a bit from the original path.I hear people say that its a bit easier. Either way tho offers a good challenge. Mar 25, 2013
Tram has a messed-up tradition that goes - if you first ascend someone elses project, whether advertently or inadvertently, then the problem gets named "the Undone (insert name) project", after the person that got burned. Sort of like pouring salt in the wounds! Thanks jokester Joe Morgan for that tradition!! Mar 29, 2013
More like V4 Apr 29, 2013
Carlsbad CA
RAZORsharp   Carlsbad CA
Going straight up is consistent with 5+/6 climbing. exiting right of the good holds towards the downed tree is much easier. Jan 14, 2014
I'm confused about this climb. If you knee bar, it is totally trivial. You can go no hands. It feels like V1. Is that big shelf off for feet or something? Apr 28, 2017