Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Klem Loskot et al.
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Shared By: Michael Sullivan on Apr 21, 2014
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An excellent problem with an interesting variety of moves which, when well executed, can be quite beautiful to watch. Begin on some chalked rails low under the Poison Dwarf Boulder on the side that approximately faces the Warm-Up Boulder. Climb straight back and out on good-but-reachy holds to the lip which exits onto vertical terrain with crimp rails approximately facing the direction of the Warm Up Boulder (basically left of the arete). Top out. Pulling the lip is often considered to be the crux.

The tank beneath the roof section of the climb can collect water after a rain, adding incentive to only make mistakes once at the lip.


Beneath the roof of the Poison Dwarf Boulder on the side facing the Warm-Up Boulder. Moves over tank like depression in landing area below.


2-3 pads depending on their size and the willingness of the spotter to move them as you ascend.