Type: Boulder, 25 ft
FA: Aaron James Parlier
Page Views: 94 total · 2/month
Shared By: Aaron Parlier on Jun 8, 2014
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Shawn Heath, Jake Jones

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Description

This problem's namesake is dedicated to the enduring memory of William Lindley: interesting, genuinely kind, intelligent, and adventurous William was an instant friend to all he met.
Adventurous, committing, remote, grandiose and surrounded by the splendor of nature's beauty, I know well that William would appreciate the adventure involved in climbing this line.

In the middle of the tall face, search for the low, diagonal, incut, juggy rail.

Match start on the rail and work up higher to smaller, thin crimps. Continue past two very large, flat and then in-cut ledgy features. Above these features are two committing moves involving marginal holds before the "thank-god" ledge at 20ft. Mantle over the ledge to "okay" features and claw over the top making use of dirt and/or thin rhododendron.

Location

Mill Creek Highball Wall

Protection

pads! The landing is amazingly flat for the terrain however. Well paddable.

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