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Routes in Sizzlefoot Wall

5.8+ TR V8 7B R
Bad Habit V1+ 5
End of the Line V4-5 6B+
Fat Man Traverse V2 5+
Flusher, The V4-5 6B+
Genetic Control TR V7-8 7B R
Humpy Hump V10 7C+
Little Sizzler TR V2 5+ R
Miasma V4 6B
Mini Miasma V2-3 5+
No Hands Face V0 4
Real Thing, The TR V2-3 5+ R
Sizzlefoot TR V4 6B R
Slave to the Hormone V8 7B
What is Sunshine? V1-2 5
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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Jim Merli? Mike Helke?
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Shared By: randy baum on Sep 29, 2013
Admins: Kris Gorny, Chris treggE

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A short, short problem that packs a punch. Start seated with a right-hand crimp in a sloping slot and your left-hand just below gastoning a good crack. The start is a but odd, but it is the logical, lowest starting position. Your feet are on the large base of the boulder; the base of the boulder is not off! Thin crimping, hard compression, and brute strength get you to the top. The problem is called Humpy Hump for a reason.


About 15ft to the right of Fat Man boulder. Located on a short boulder (10ft) with an obvious blunt prow that faces the main trail.




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I havent asked Jim specifically about it, but I think he did the first. May 1, 2014

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