Type: Boulder, 13 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 2,090 total · 30/month
Shared By: Christian Prellwitz on Aug 12, 2014
Admins: BDalhaus, Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Start sitting on the awkward pointy rock at the base with your left hand on the arete and your right hand on a crimp sidepull and a good low foot. Use fancy footwork to bump the left hand up the arete and to gain an incut crimp with the right hand. All of this leads to a committing deadpoint/dyno to the flat lip. A few more moves lead to a rock over mantle typical of most of the problems on this side of the boulder.

Great rock, fantastic movement and a cool finish make this problem full value!

While the pointy rock is awkward and potentially dangerous, it's not really an issue for any move except latching the incut crimp with the right hand. Still, be safe!


Located to the right of 'Lost At Sea'. This problem shares an arete with that problem, but this line climbs the right side of the arete.


A couple of pads are ideal. Maybe something to cover the awkward pointy rock.