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Buck Dance V4 6B
C's Problem V4 6B
Casanova V6 7A
Cassablanca V3 6A
Cleopatra's Waltz V2 5+
Dish Arete V0- 4-
Dish Right V1 5
Dish, The V1 5
Eggsocentric V3 6A
Foo, The V2 5+
King Tut V5 6C
Mummy March V1 5
Mummy Right V-easy 3
Mummy's Walkup V0- 4-
Open For Buisness V0 4
Pyramid, The V1 5
Swamp Foot V2 5+
Tomb Traverse V4 6B
Tooth, The V0 4
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Type: Boulder, 9 ft
FA: old school 1980's
Page Views: 60 total · 1/month
Shared By: skinny legs and all on Feb 7, 2014
Admins: Justin Johnsen, Kyle Stapp

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Dish Right is an independent slab problem that is between the standard Dish climb and the Dish Arete on the right hand side of the boulder. IT starts on the same hold as The Dish. Climb up the slab on decent holds, worse than those on The Dish, to a juggy lip. This problem uses holds that are not on the standard Dish problem. It is a tad more difficult than The Dish, but it is still a steepish slab. I think this way is on par, as far as quality is concerned, with the more popular Dish. It is more thought provoking but similar.


The slab right of center on the Dish boulder. About four feet left of the right arete. It is halfway between the center of the boulder and the right arete.


One pad is adequate protection, perhaps one spotter.


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