Type: TR, 25 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: kenr on Sep 28, 2014
Admins: SMarsh

You & This Route


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Description

Start up the right crack of the inverted V, into the single crack straight to the top.

. . . (To sustain the difficulty in upper section, could avoid using handholds on the face.)

Variation: Direct start in the left crack (5.9+)

Some people think of this as a high-ball bouldering problem.

Location

First crack in about ten feet from left end of wall, with second crack (left-leaning) forming inverted V at bottom.

Protection

Top-Rope likely requires very long static line to reach big rock (no trees anywhere top of wall, and not much trad gear possibilities near top of route).

Protection for trad Leading is unknown.

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kenr
  5.8+
kenr  
  5.8+
Fun moves on positive holds. If only this were longer. Sep 28, 2014
jon crefeld
  5.7
jon crefeld  
  5.7
More a thrilling high-ball V0 than trad climb, most people I've spoken to rate it at 5.7ish, and the crux is a move or two off the deck. Dec 2, 2014
David Aguasca!
New York
David Aguasca!   New York
Pretty sure this is a boulder problem. Jun 11, 2015
kenr
  5.8+
kenr  
  5.8+
OK so if High E "is" a boulder problem, then what is it's bouldering difficulty? Since this is MountainProject, we need to use standard USA Huecos grades.

so what's the USA-standard grade ...
? V minus minus ? Jul 31, 2015
jon crefeld
  5.7
jon crefeld  
  5.7
As stated above. V0, but I'd go with the minus. Jan 2, 2017