Type: Boulder, 12 ft (4 m)
FA: Evan Jones
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Shared By: wkh on Jan 22, 2014
Admins: Dave Rone

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Stand or SDS, either way the starting holds are sidepulls found along the edges of the prominent bulge feature. While both versions require a wide wingspan, the SDS is more height dependent feeling like v4 while the stand is closer to v3.

Squeeze and slap your way upwards using edge sidepulls until high crimps allow for an exit to the right into the depression, or straight up. Heading direct feels less secure and may need a scrub first.


Located on the cliff-facing side of the Highball boulder. From "Waiting in Line..." go around the right side of the boulder, this problem is the first you will encounter.

This area is also the common downclimb for the Highball boulder, it is a good idea to get a feel for the problems here before attempting Waiting in Line...


At least one pad is nice, a spotter can protect against the uneven landing further back as well.


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