Type: Boulder, 30 ft
FA: Kevin Daniels
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Shared By: AJ on Oct 3, 2013
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Start by leaning off an adjacent boulder, then follow a line of mostly pretty good holds up and right to a long reach way off the deck. Technically it's a notch easier than Jedi Mind Tricks but instead of the crux being the first move, it's the last.

Great rock, cool moves and a distinct line: total classic.


Just above the Flyboy boulder.




Where's Walden
  V3 R
Where's Walden  
  V3 R
I tried this climb today and it felt full V3. I wasn't able to find any "good edges" to go up the big knob jug. Kinda small greasy holds but a good foot. Must do highball.

Edit: In the past I wrote that it felt hard and may have broken since the FA. Nov 24, 2014
Andy Liu
Eastern Sierra
Andy Liu   Eastern Sierra
I would agree with ebanich. I can't confirm that any holds broke since I climbed it for the first time only last week but it felt a lot harder than Jedi Mind Tricks (somewhat burly traverse to get to the good right hand before the long move) Jan 21, 2015
Mike Brady
Van Diesel, OR
  V3 R
Mike Brady   Van Diesel, OR
  V3 R
No holds have broken. Crumbled?....yes. The traversed can be a bit temperature dependent, but it has been "burly" since the FA. Oct 19, 2015
Do the first move from the ground for extra full value. Perfect rock Mar 14, 2017