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Two Trashy Dykes aka OSCAR V5-6 6C+
Type: Boulder, 20 ft
FA: Chris Hirsch 2014
Page Views: 141 total, 4/month
Shared By: Mike Madsen on Feb 21, 2015
Admins: Andrew Gram, Peter Gram, Greg Parker, Andy Busse, Mike Madsen, Mark Rafferty

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Description

Wow. So this beautiful highball committing problem starts sitting on a crimp and moves up and slightly to the right of the middle of the " X " in the center face. Undercling/ Pinch the dyke with a high right foot. Left hand goes on a small crimp. Pull up and kneebar and cross your right hand through to a small but good hold above your left hand. Move your right foot over to the lover dyke and bring the left hand off the crimp to a sloper. Adjust and match onto the "Good-Looking hold" it is quite the opposite depending on how you get it. Either just throw for the lip from here which is pretty good or you can use a small sharp crimp for an intermediate. Grab the big dome up top and pull over. Slightly Overhanging, Holds right where you need them, Fun start and a scary landing make this a great problem in my opinion. Its really not bad if you have an attentive spotter. Don't shy away we all like two trashy dykes am I right!?

Location

west face down hill side

Protection

I would humbly say 2 medium crash pads minimum. 3-4 is realistic.

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