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Shared By: bheller on Oct 16, 2014
Admins: Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Gate Buttress Area Recreational Lease: Climbs on Church Buttress above vault remain closed Details

Description

This is a very unique problem, especially for the gate area! A secluded area, a great landing, high tech improbable moves and clean rock all add up to make a classic problem. The powerful tension-y palming and big stems on tiny feet will not be easily forgotten. Great top out as well! This problem would be much easier if you are extra tall and much harder if you are extra short.

Location

East face of The Round Room boulder. Approximately 50 yards east of The Gate Parking area, and a bit up hill. One you find the secluded alcove on the east side of this long boulder, you'll know you're there immediately.

Protection

Nice, nearly flat landing for a pad.
Danie White
SLC, UT
Danie White   SLC, UT
I love this problem, but commiserate on the reach. Last time I went to the round room, I invited a tall friend who sent it third try. Grrr. I'm glad to hear the magic stemming combo exists!

I will add that since it's such a delicate problem with tiny footholds, it's extra important to wipe your feet, lest it become like half the stuff at the Cabbage Patch. The last time I showed up there was a blob of dirt on one of the key footholds. Oct 17, 2014
bheller
SL UT
 
bheller   SL UT
 
Yeah, at first I was stuck 2mm away from that crimp as well! Then after 40 minutes of micro-foot shenanigans I found the magic stemming combo, gained 3mm in reach, and the problem went from impossible to comparatively easy:) Oct 16, 2014
Boissal
Small Lake, UT
 
Boissal   Small Lake, UT
 
+1 on height-dependent difficulty. Watching tall people run laps on this like it's V3 is depressing when you can get within 2mm of the only hold on the problem but not snag it. V6 seems unlikely if you're 5' tall, there just isn't anything to grab... Oct 16, 2014