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Alaskan Picnic V1 5
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Big Dog V4 6B
Big Easy V0 4
Blubber Shuffle V1-2 5
Booze Cruise V-easy 3
Bulge Tour V3 6A
Butter Balls V2 5+
Chicken Head Chuck V2-3 5+
Civilized Floater V1-2 5
Dan's Arete V4-5 6B+
Ears Are For Corn V2-3 5+
Going Toward the Light V1 5
Great Bear V4 6B
Group Effort V0 4
Herdsman, The V4 6B
Hydra V2-3 5+
Iron Pickle, The V4- 6B R
Learning To Fly V8-9 7B+
Left's Last Stand V5 6C
Little Dipper V1 5
Little Dog V3 6A
Lone Ranger V0 4 PG13
Orion's Belt V2+ 5+
Palms For The Poor V1-2 5
Pigeon Foot V5-6 6C+
Seams Easy V0 4
Ships Keel V4 6B
Slipper Tunes V1 5
Smooth Sailing V3 6A
Snooze Cruise V-easy 3
Soaring Transport TR 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a
Squinch, The V3+ 6A+
Steve E. Wonder Arete V2-3 5+
Stinger Arete V4 6B
Struth, The V3+ 6A+
Stung (Stinger Var.) V5 6C
Surf & Turf V0- 4-
Two Tacos for Tina V4-5 6B+
Unsolved Mysteries V-easy 3
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Conrad S. on Nov 23, 2014
Admins: Frances Fierst

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Description

Starts on the downsloping hold in the smooth overhanging face. Establish and move left into a two/three finger pocket (a tiny sharp piece chews up the top of your finger) and then move up to the crimp or throw to the crimp directly with the right hand, move left hand to a really bad sloper that has thumb catch just good enough to keep you on, and then deadpoint to a crimp jug with the right hand. Finishing up and out left is the original exit though the line could be done straight up (slightly rightward) to increase the head game and length.

Protection

crashpad, spotters

Location

BIG TIME BOULDER

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