Type: Boulder, 12 ft
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Shared By: Tim Quick on Dec 30, 2015
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While Cooperazzi starts in the center on the obvious v-shaped jug, this variation starts on the left side with a small sloper on the arete for your left hand and the prominent low crimp for your right. Slap up the sloper and then lurch over to the v-shaped jug and then continue into Cooperazzi.


2-3 pads. Although this is pretty lowball, the reason you need a few pads is because this traverses left to right for a good bit until you start heading up. This is situated just above a pit, but over the years logs have been added to try to build up a landing. The logs are stable (somewhat) but be sure to weight test them a few times to be sure they didn't move. You wouldn't want to biff into the pit.