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Babcia's Kompot V5-6 6C+
JNCO V5 6C
Type: Boulder
FA: Sebi Krzaczek
Page Views: 110 total, 4/month
Shared By: Sean Gilman on Nov 23, 2015
Admins: M Sprague, Joe M.

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Description

Start as for JNCO deep in cave but trend up and right on jugs/shelf and topout up and right. very high and chossy at the top

Protection

multiple pads and multiple spotters. should be cleaned up high

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Sean Gilman  
 
I updated this climb to reflect the FA. cool highball. Make sure to add any info about loose rock or if you cleaned any of the top so anybody else willing to try it can be aware. 9 hours ago
William Flores
Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  V5-6
William Flores   Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  V5-6
Sebi’s Video
facebook.com/michael.dolive… 12 hours ago
William Flores
Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  V5-6
William Flores   Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  V5-6
vimeo.com/247649463 13 hours ago
William Flores
Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  V5-6
William Flores   Woonsocket, Rhode Island
  V5-6
Sebi got the FA, calling it Babcia’s Kompot. Actually started deep in the cave around 8 to 10 moves before the start of JNCO. Follows out the cave into what is JNCO then goes right and out the right arête to the top. It was silly to use the slopey crimp when there’s a massive jug to the immediate left gaining the juggy ledge in which you’re gaining right after the crimp anyway. Makes for a much better pure line than an unnecessary eliminate. Ofcourse, unless anyone has any information about a prior FA for this ! Also, there’s some send footage that Mikey O. will place on here. 13 hours ago
JamieRe
Providence, RI
JamieRe   Providence, RI
Nick that line sounds awesome! I think it should get its own entry (The High Line ??) I looked at it yesterday. looks like fun! What do you think the grade would be? Apr 20, 2017
Sean Gilman  
 
The project line avoids the jugs on the left and uses a small sloping crimp to gain holds above it Jan 29, 2017
I kinda did this on a shady toprope a while back. Heres what did , I started as for jnco and once I made the dyno around the arete (super fun) I then traversed the crack up into the shitty offwidth for a really desperate top out. I wouldn't consider highballing it with no less then 8 pads and three really really good spotters. Jan 28, 2017