Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Nick Reecy on Dec 20, 2013
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Uranus Is My Nepune ascends a blunt, overhanging arete.

Crouch start with a left hand jug, a right hand pinch, a pasted left foot, and a right toe hook. From there, pop a left out to a bump on the arete, stab out to a right sidepull crimp, slap a left up the blank arete (crux?), move the right to a sloping bump (crux?), gain the left hand pinch, move the right to some bumps and sidepull. At that point, the rock's relief makes for a welcome rest before finishing up the slab through the tree branches.

The key to this lies in maintaining tension on the right toe hook.


This ascends the west face of Lenny Rock.


A pair of pads will do, the landing is good but is gently sloping.