Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: The Hoovers late 70s
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Shared By: Mike Madsen on Nov 5, 2014
Admins: Mike Snyder, Jake Dickerson, Taylor Spiegelberg

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obvious line to the right of the overhanging corner on the southwest side. Left hand goes out by corner. Using the slots with your right gain the top and make a fun mantle. The Hoovers likely did this problem Aeriel.


Southwest face


Pad or two


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Ed Beason
Newcastle, Wyoming
Ed Beason   Newcastle, Wyoming
Great route - I just want to clarify an earlier comment, as I had climbed with Don Hoover for years before his health gave out. The Hoover Manuver was set as an Arial with the feet hanging and used to create momentum as the climber moves from one ledge to the next. Don, during his climbing career, indicated almost all of the moves him and his brother Dennis tried to do were dynamic movements(Dynos & Arials).

The Arial version is significantly harder then the static route. Nov 20, 2014