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Type: Boulder
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Jeff S on Oct 26, 2014
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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All the right hand holds are crimps, the left hand holds are slopers and 2 crimps. The crux is at the top of the problem. There is an okay sloper on the arete, but it's a big move from a sharp, right hand crimp.

The start of the route is on a good right hand ledge and a good left hand side pull around waist level. The first move is a left hand slap to the arete. Find the sweet spot, and it's pretty good! Then move your right hand up to a crimp, your left hand in to a crimp. Then move your right hand to a sharp crimp, and then the crux. I've seen people do the crux different ways, either a heel hook around the arete or low feet on the start holds.


It is on the Northwest side of the Main Boulder. This is the first route north of a large, flat, waist high boulder.


A pad. There is a large rock that looks scary to fall on, but I've never come close to touching it.


Colorado springs
SammyJ   Colorado springs
Delicate movement on slightly overhung rock and small but sharp crimps and slopers. Mar 17, 2016