Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: Kristian Johnson
Page Views: 111 total · 2/month
Shared By: Jacob Gerber on Apr 19, 2015
Admins: Kris Gorny, chris tregge

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Description

Sit or squat start with hands on large side pull on the right side of the seam/crack. Move up and to the right following the arete until you reach a large "dish" hold about two thirds the way up the right side of the boulder.

Location

Right Side of the Underbelly boulder

Protection

At least One pad and a spotter to move the pad.

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Jacob Gerber
  V6
Jacob Gerber  
  V6
As far as difficulty goes, the first ascensionist and I thought that the line felt like V7-ish, but the local strong man Pi came by for the third ascent thought it might be more like V5 so Im throwing V6 up for now. Of course the boulder has just been developed and as the holds get cleaner it may feel easier. Looking forward to hearing what the rest of you think.

Also there may be a line that tops out straight up the crack, but it was wet, dirty and we thought the better line (probably) was following the arête. In reality it may be possible to top out anywhere along the arête, but we felt the semi-dish shaped jug about 2/3rds up the right side of the arête was an obvious and easier spot to top out. That said, there is also a possibility of an extension that follows the arête all the way for some added climbing and added difficulty. So go get it! Apr 19, 2015
Neil Caron
  V6-
Neil Caron  
  V6-
Fun line! I would say it falls on the easy side of v6, and could be more like v5 for taller climbers. Definitely easier than jaws or lukewarm, maybe easier than sticky icky. Regardless, it’s a quality moderate and more people should get on it. Jun 5, 2018