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45 Right V2 5+
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Bigfoot V3 6A
Butt Crack V4 6B
Circ Mantel V0- 4-
Dom Don't Know V3-4 6A+
Domino V1 5
Domino Face V0+ 4+
Gathering, The V6 7A
Low Ride V5 6C
Open Circuit V7 7A+
Planet of the Apes V2 5+
Slopey Circ Arete V7- 7A+
Slopey Circ Mantel V3- 6A
Thin Circ V2 5+
Unknown Lowball V1-2 5
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Type: Boulder, 5 ft
FA: old school
Page Views: 33 total · 1/month
Shared By: skinny legs and all on Jan 7, 2014
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp, SCPC

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Access Issue: Private Property Climb Only When Open to Climbing Details
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Description

This problem is one of the coolest lowballs at the Stable, on par with Buttcrack at the same Circuit area. Sit start right of the arete on the face with your back downhill to the stream. With hands in juggy diabase elephant skin crack features, perch a foot up, make a hand move and then mantel up onto the slabby boulder. On this problem, a shorter stature is a real boon. I have seen six foot foot climbers struggle with this little gem, and I have seen ten year old kids absolutely cruise it. This thing is just plain fun!

Location

This is the problem right of the Planet of the Apes (aka Circarete) arete that is distinguished by shallow cris-crossing cracks.

Protection

A single pad perhaps.

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