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|Shared By:||Alec Woolley on Nov 3, 2014 · Updates|
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Stand start on the massive hold about 7 ft up, pop for the lip, and then figure out the best way to get over it. A nice warm up for the Swirley Boulder.
Variation: A sit start is apparently rated around v7 but a hold may be broken.
This boulder problem is found on a separate boulder aside from the Conditions Boulder. I added a new sub-area to give this climb and others a new home. It belongs under the sub-area, "Meat and Potatoes Boulder".