Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: Rocco Bocchicchio
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Shared By: Brett Bloxom on Mar 26, 2014 with updates from Rocco
Admins: Aeon Aki, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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A great boulder problem just right of Blue Lambo. Start sitting on the long crimp next to the arete. Reach right to a small intermediate crimp, then right again to a slightly better crimp. Slap up to the sloper and continue up and slightly left with big moves between good holds to a sloping topout.

The landing is pretty bad as of this writing, so a good spotter is key. If you fall from midway up or higher you could miss the first tier of the landing zone and fall down further into some talus taking your spotter with you. But dont let that scare you off of this super fun boulder problem. Just put your spotter in the right place.


Just right of Blue Lambo on the pretty face.


several pads and an attentive spotter


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Brett Bloxom
Bishop, CA
Brett Bloxom   Bishop, CA
I have talked to several people who have done a sit start to this boulder problem and claim it is slightly harder. Around v10. Mar 26, 2014
Nat Smale
Salt Lake City, UT
Nat Smale   Salt Lake City, UT
The spotter should make sure to have a very secure stance (build up the landing if necessary). On one attempt, I came off at mid height, hit the the edge of the landing, pitched over backwards into the talus below, taking out my spotter with me. Mar 28, 2014
Hey folks. I found, cleaned, and climbed this one, and the problem description is slightly off. I started right hand on the long crimp start of Blue Lambo, and left hand using the arete portion of this hold (thumb on the crimp). Moved right to a small intermediate, right again to the better crimp on the face, and went left hand into the slot. I found some video of people starting where I did, but going to a hold slightly above the start with the left hand first, using the same intermediate and right hand crimp, then going right a third time to the sloper. I didn't use that higher left hand above the start, so maybe something broke and created that hold or I just neglected to see it. That's where the proposed original grade of V9 came from. Just so people know the correct sequence. Aug 12, 2018
Also a fun note, when I originally did the problem that lower tier was thick with nasty thorn bushes, so if you overshot the pads you weren't just falling past the spotter, you were also getting stuck in the brambles! Aug 12, 2018