Type: Boulder, 20 ft
FA: Zach Bramel
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Shared By: Zach Bramel on Mar 23, 2015
Admins: Kris Gorny, chris tregge

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Description

One hard move to the lip joins with a few more moves into Gaia. Instead of heading around the boulder, head directly up and the point, and ascend into the heavens and join Uranus.

Location

Start on face, two gastons.

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Zach Bramel
MN
  V-easy
Zach Bramel   MN
  V-easy
Uh, okay? Care to shed any more light on this?

It has been listen in the guidebook as a project, that has been open for quite some time... It is hard to believe that we missed the FA in our research for the guidebook. It is possible, and am open to any details you bring to light. Mar 4, 2016
Doug Lintz
Kearney, NE
Doug Lintz   Kearney, NE
Zach,
I've got nothing to add regarding FAs on this chunk as I only had eyes for one hard line on this side of the boulder (back when I was strong LOL)...starting low and left, traversing the lip, into and past the gastons, and into the middle of the overhanging face, then up. Never came close to getting past the gastons.

That said, you have this and Gaia listed as "V-easy". Seems like they'd be harder than that. I never did those specific lines up this boulder but surely they're more difficult than 5.10+ moves. Mar 6, 2016
Zach Bramel
MN
  V-easy
Zach Bramel   MN
  V-easy
Doug. I gave it V-easy as I never proposed a grade for the climb. Im not trying to sandbag people. I could have easily given it a V20+ rating, this was just the side the coin landed on. Mar 8, 2016