Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Brady Dunkley
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Shared By: Brady Dunkley on Mar 15, 2014
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Description

The Crux is either pulling off the sit start, or moving from the loose block up to the arête. There may be some reachy moves up top for shorter folk. I put a lot of work into the landing so it is pretty good now.

Location

This problem is located on the Gas-hole boulder, it is the arête on the north side. Sit start left hand on side pull, right hand on arête/pinch. Work up to the loose block and then on up the arête. Feel free to use the few crimps on the face. Careful of the barn door effect towards the top; this could be considered a high-ball for moe's (insert joke). Walk off the west side of the boulder.

Protection

Pad it up and best to have a spotter.

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Brady Dunkley
Santa Clara, UT
  V2+
Brady Dunkley   Santa Clara, UT
  V2+
youtube.com/watch?v=XH2NQ4w…
This is a video of me climbing Airy-rete. Mar 16, 2014
Brady Dunkley
Santa Clara, UT
  V2+
Brady Dunkley   Santa Clara, UT
  V2+
If anyone knows if this was already a route or what the name might be please feel free to comment, it is directly right of the Gas-hole problem, and may share the same starting holds. Also the way that most people will climb this problem puts it more at a V2. Using the face holds definitely makes it harder. Mar 17, 2014