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Type: Boulder
FA: A. D. Neef?
Page Views: 437 total · 10/month
Shared By: A. D. Neef on May 27, 2014
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

Start on a left hand pinch/sidepull with a sharp thumbcatch; a right hand, shallow, sloping dish; and a small foot knob on the arete. Follow the arete curving into lip on shallow dishes and limited, small feet to a hard to see but better dish, followed by a committing, heelhook mantle.

Location

On the same boulder as 'Pack-Man,' this problem is to the left of 'Pack-Man,' to the right of the tree that butts up against the boulder, and follows the obvious arete across the lip.

Protection

A couple of crash pads and a spotter for the topout. The problem sits right above a large rock.

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justin hausmann
Fort collins
justin hausmann   Fort collins
Was working on this before 2004, then showed it to some unknown dude who sent it right before me. Dec 26, 2014
A. D. Neef
Boulder, CO
 
A. D. Neef   Boulder, CO
 
I climbed this problem yesterday after doing some lichen cleaning. There was no chalk on the holds, but it also had recently rained. I scoured the posted problems for 'The Eggs' but couldn't find anything that looked like this or had a similar description. I know this area has seen a lot of development, though, hence the '?' for the FA info. Maybe someone who might have some info (Luke Childers?) will share his or her knowledge about it? May 28, 2014