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Routes in Cutfinger Rock

Blank Face V0-1 4+
Cut Finger Arete V5 6C
Cut Finger Crack TR 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a V1 5
Cutfinger SDS V4-5 6B+
Grand Traverse, The V10 7C+
Left Arete V-easy 3
My First Bulge V0 4
Ramp Mantle V0 4
Type: Boulder, Alpine
FA: John Gill et al ca. late 1950s
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Shared By: Tony Brengosz on May 25, 2015
Admins: Mike Snyder

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One of the more challenging problems on Cutfinger, and another impressive effort by the likes of Gill, Chouinard, Kamps, etc. Especially considering their shoes and other gear.

Stand start the slight arete in the middle of the boulder, right hand on a flat gaston, left hand on a small sidepull crimp in a small crack/bulge. Stab up to another small crimp in a diagonal seam, then up to the top.


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Eli   Lives in a truck
I think this route is significantly harder than V5. I felt like I couldn't pull on the starting holds, and I have seen a video of a guy that did a V10 on this boulder flailing on this problem. Aug 2, 2016