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Starts on the middle main face of the masterlock boulder on a sloper ledge.


Neil Rankin
Winston-Salem, NC
Neil Rankin   Winston-Salem, NC
Lost Boys starts with the left on a open-hand side pull, and right hand on the slopey shelf. Starting with both hands on the slopey shelf, as described here is not the complete problem. Lost Boys from this start is a v6. Feb 2, 2014
I talked with several people about this problem, and recieved a number of conflicting ideas about the start. When I did it, I started matched on the rail, and it felt harder than the pit, but not as hard as the nick. I'd give it a personal rating of 6- Feb 3, 2014
Austin Cooner  
did it today without any prior knowledge of the problem and using the left sidepull felt like the better and more intuitive option. solid V6 May 22, 2016
Luke Cornejo
Durham, NC
Luke Cornejo   Durham, NC
The left hand up high broke a while ago. The easiest way to do this now is to go right hand up to a side pull near the crystal jug. There is a harder variation, Lost Boys Direct V7, that goes up left to a crimp near where the hold broke and tops out straight up.
Also, the start is the same as Locksmith, left hand on the side pull right hand on the slopey rail. Jan 16, 2018