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Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: michael taylor on Aug 6, 2015
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Description

Start with side pull on left and low on crack at right. The crack is off after the first move. Move up to crescent moon shaped hold on left, there is a right crimp just be for large crack on right. Long move to horn on left, get your balance, right hand to horn directly above. Finish using jugs just over top.

Location

Just around corner that is left of longitude. Climb the face.

Protection

Crash pad and a good spotter

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Brad Caldwell
Deep in the Jocassee Gorges
Brad Caldwell   Deep in the Jocassee Gorges
This route has been climbed several times over the many years of Dixon. Never heard anyone else name it though. Aug 8, 2015
Mark Heinsman
  V3+
Mark Heinsman  
  V3+
Fun route with a semi-committing top out if you're a V3 boulderer. Mar 26, 2017
Michael Wingard
Clover, South Carolina
Michael Wingard   Clover, South Carolina
Yeah we warmed up a lot on Y-Axis, and saw that there could be something on that left face of the boulder (before the overhanging problems). Didn't see it mentioned in the guide book or anything, but we started taking runs at it... Mike Taylor came out, and ended up getting the first top of our group. We had no idea anyone had ever climbed it before as there wasn't any chalk. Feb 14, 2018

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