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Pace Is The Trick
Boulder, 14 ft (4 m),
Avg: 2.3 from 7
> N Marsh Boulders (aka…
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Start sitting with hands matched on the lowest incut crimp rail. Bump the left hand to one of two crimp gastons and then make a powerful pull to another small crimp rail that is a long ways away. Perhaps use a small knobby pinch to get there. If you make it that far, mostly good holds await. Follow these to an easy, but somewhat dirty top out just right of the tree.
Sharp, powerful, crimpy- in no particular order.
With some traffic, the top out will clean up nicely.
From the parking head past 'Half Baked...' and down a short hill to a large boulder. This problem can be found on the east face, just right of a large hemlock tree.