Avg: 1 from 1 vote
|Type:||Boulder, 7 ft|
|FA:||cold school late 1970's or early 1980's|
|Page Views:||44 total · 1/month|
|Shared By:||skinny legs and all on Jan 7, 2014|
|Admins:||Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC|
Access Issue: Private Property Climb Only When Open to Climbing Details
GS IS CURRENTLY CLOSED. SCPC works hard to maintain a good relationship with landowners as well as raise the funds necessary annually to pay the lease and insurance. You must register at SCPC's Mailing List BEFORE visiting. The reason for this is to contact everyone in the event of a access change. Register your email at scpclimbers.org/.
Access Issue: The circuit is closed until futher notice Details
ACCESS UPDATE: The circuit is closed until futher notice. Access to the area is being negotiated. Please respect the closed / no tresspassing signs posted near the pyramid and stay out of the circuit until further notice. The rest of GS is open.
This is a neat little old school novelty problem. Either jump up to the dish at lip of the boulder bypassing the blank face below, or for an even cooler experience, leap across the chasm from the lower boulder four feet away and hit the face with your feet and the dish with your hands. Press out the mantel either way you do it. This is a challenging little 5.9 mantel, perfect for a beginner or a first timer.
This mantel is to the left of the Circarete and the Planet of the Apes problem, on the same boulder. It is right of the Bigfoot problem. This is a short face with an inciting dish at the lip, facing towards the stable entrance.
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