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Crack Problem V3 6A
DB's Top Shelf V7 7A+
Hamtaro V7-8 7B
Hand to Hand Combat Traverse V7 7A+
Mortal Combat (AKA: Hand to Hamtaro) V9 7C
No sleepy Yet V1 5
Not Another Brit in Bishop V7 7A+
Pinch Problem V4 6B
Pocket Problem V3+ 6A+
Rene V5 6C PG13
Sidepull Problem V5 6C
Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Rajiv Ayyangar on Jan 15, 2015
Admins: Aron Quiter, Euan Cameron, AWinters, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

Bear-hug your way up this line, culminating in a toss from a good RH crimp to a jug. Cool grips, easy to spot.

Location

The compression line right of Dirty Hooker and left of No Sleepy Yet. Start LH on a blocky pinch, RH matched or lower on a slopey crimp.

Protection

Pads. One spotter on the raised boulder is helpful.

Description

Bear-hug your way up this line, culminating in a toss from a good RH crimp to a jug. Cool grips, easy to spot.

Location

The compression line right of Dirty Hooker and left of No Sleepy Yet. Start LH on a blocky pinch, RH matched or lower on a slopey crimp.

Protection

Pads. One spotter on the raised boulder is helpful.

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Rajiv Ayyangar
Portland, ME
 
Rajiv Ayyangar   Portland, ME
 
I guess one man's "blocky pinch" is another man's "flat jug" :). Thanks for clarifying. Apr 22, 2015
Daniel Winsor  
  V6
The movement and holds on this route are fantastic. It felt a bit easier than V7 for me, but either way, it's one of the unsung heros in the Happies. Also, the description is a bit off or confusing maybe? Start sitting matched in the horizontal at an obvious flat jug. Mar 12, 2015