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Routes in Trailer Park

Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Flagstaff Old School?
Page Views: 162 total · 3/month
Shared By: dlsask on May 22, 2013
Admins: Greg Opland, Luke Bertelsen, JJ Schlick

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Fragile Sandstone: Don't Climb Wet Rock Details


Start on Hot Karl, and take a hard left out of the overhang via the pinch/crimp-pocket hold (<<--you'll likely match this hold, or bury your right hand in the crimp-pocket). From here make a big leftward move to a decent, but sloping, left-handed gaston, and toe down to fish your right hand out over the lip to more slopers. Then, get set up and figure out how to heave your body upwards toward the top-out jug. The crimp seam is surprisingly bad and the finishing jug feels like it's miles away. If you feel like you're wrestling a grizzly bear you're on the right path. A really fun problem that's on par with the classic hard moderates in the canyon.


The Hot Karl prow in the Trailer Park Area.


2-3 pads and a spotter


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