Type: Boulder, 12 ft (4 m)
FA: Klem Loskot et al.
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Shared By: Michael Sullivan on Apr 21, 2014
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The is a great example of a quality face climbing warm-up problem. Begin with a sit start using a large rail and obviously chalked rail. Move straight up through the face using a series of well spaced holds. Many will find the crux to be making the reasonably large move from the last finger rail to the jugs at the top out point.

To make this problem perhaps a grade harder, begin down in the hole/cave to the right of the traditional start. Move out and left to join up with original start and finish the problem as usual. Very tall climbers might not fit.


On the vegetated side of the Poison Dwarf Boulder. This side is approximately 12 feet high with a slightly overhanging face.


1 large pad. Perhaps a spotter if you like.


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