Type: Boulder, 10 ft
FA: Evan Bly (3MAY15)
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Shared By: Bly.Evan on May 3, 2015
Admins: Morgan Patterson

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Start lying down under the boulder. Lots of good pinches and crimps for a lot of interesting betas. Use and obvious pocket pinch and the nob of the rail on your left. A crack in the boulder offers a great right foot hold / toe hook. From here transition to. Right crimp directly above you and then a jutting left crimp at about the same level. Pull up to the overhead lip and work your way to the sloper on your right. I typically use a heel hook for the topout.


The start of the problem is on the egg opposite of the ocean and the characteristic crack. A beautiful overhanging roof with a little moisture. Lie flat on your back (on a pad of course and look up. Can't miss it.
The easiest way off the boulder is to hop down onto a crash pad or shimmy through the crack to the opposite side of the boulder.


One crash pad