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Dave's Cave V2 5+
Forest Thump V6 7A
Impossible Extension V9+ 7C
Impossible Problem, The V8 7B
Impossible Sit V12+ 8A+
Improbable Extension V8 7B PG13
Improbable Problem, The V7 7A+
Inside Scoop, The V2 5+
One Eyed Monster V5 6C
Possible Problem, The V3-4 6A+
Primate V3 6A
Primate Direct V3 6A
Thump V5 6C
Tickled Pink V2 5+
Type: Boulder, Alpine
FA: unknown
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Shared By: eddysamson on Aug 10, 2014
Admins: Luc-514, Kris Fiore

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This starts to the left of the Impossible problem on the tall crimps you use for the V12/13 sit start variation to Impossible problem. They are small sharp crimps higher than head level, might need to stand on a pad to reach.

Use the huge shelf as a foot and make a move left to a nice hold on the lip with a small 2 finger bucket in it. Dyno up over the lip for a triangle hold and top out however you can.

Alternatively you can make a move right to the lip hold for Impossible Problem and go up for the triangular hold with your left hand. This makes it more of a 4.


Between One Eyed Monster and Impossible Problem




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I totally forgot about this line I used to do it like 4-5 years ago. Just remembered it after starting from those crimps and going right into the Impossible start and finishing it. Cant decide if that should be a line as well. Aug 10, 2014
Arian   suwanee
I remember this line as well, it was pretty fun, time to do the sit! I'll be up in March to climb with you Sam, lets make it happen! Jan 23, 2015
Graham O.
Graham O.  
Actually pretty cool! I like it better than Primate. Oct 10, 2016

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