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Type: Boulder
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Shared By: JD Borgeson on Feb 3, 2015
Admins: Dave Hug

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start low and left. make a few moves on whatever holds feel best to a hard move to gain a good hold in the middle of the face. keep moving right then up the heady, somewhat slopey topout


backside of boulder. start on good holds down and to the left. the problem starts heading straight up to top out right above the detached boulder on the ground.


pads and spotter


Kris S
Ocean Beach, SF
Kris S   Ocean Beach, SF
Quick reminder of the first rule of bouldering: Know your downclimb. There is no straightforward-easy way off the top of this block. I did a tenuous shuffle across a foot ledge with lichen-y slopey hands to a point where I could jump to a pad on a detached boulder around the back. There also appeared to be some trees that could be shimmied down. Good luck! May 15, 2016