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Cave, The V5 6C
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Type: Boulder
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Shared By: Tony Brengosz on Apr 24, 2013
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Starts on the obvious jug; a true sportsman avoids using the detached blocks for feet. From there, big moves on good holds with technical footwork lead you to a desperate and burly lip encounter.

A sit start can be done that starts on an undercling jug at the back right of the cave, and climbs through two weird holds in chossy rock. Using the block for your feet makes it about V6, avoiding the block is annoying and probably V7

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lech  
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The sit start on the undercling without the foot block is fun. I found it to be v6-7ish. It is not too awkward with the right beta. It is v8ish if you avoid the big right hand undercling. Apr 22, 2016
two different lines here. one goes right on good holds as described out small exit topout, the other one goes straight up on crimpy v-shaped holds to crimps and tops out left, feels about v7-8. May 8, 2017
J Saarela
Park City
J Saarela   Park City
The line out of the small (right-side) exit is pretty fun, felt v2-3. Using the walls/blocks for the large exit feels about the same. Need to come back for the clean line on the large exit. Jul 18, 2018

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