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Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Chris Lindner (I presume)
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Shared By: ben jammin on Jan 6, 2014 with updates from Kevin Wang
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

Hard moves right off the ground to an amazing cross move and potential heartbreaking top-out.

Start with left hand in a hole created by what looks like a intrusion make by petrified wood and right hand crimp and shoot up right to a good in-cut crimp. Some fine-tuned beta here can make this reasonable. From here work your way left using drop knees, heel hooks, toe hooks and everything in between to cross into the diagonal crimp. This hold has broken fairly recently, potentially making this (the crux move) harder (easier??). From here make your way out to crimps on the face and a juggy top out avoiding the horizontal swing.

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Located on the opposite corner of Underwhere.

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healyc
 
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I don't think the break necessarily made it easier that part of the hold was always there and that cross move could have always been done to the part thats still there. i think it might be more simple, which could in some way make it "easier". I'm not sure how much the break affected the grade at all really. it will definitely be more a a challenge if you are shorter. I am curious what other people think though. Jan 14, 2014

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