Type: Boulder, 11 ft
FA: Jake Perry
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Shared By: Jake Perry on Jan 8, 2016
Admins: Brad Fauteux, Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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This problem climbs using some big slaps up an arete and some crimps.

Start using either of two left hand crimps, one is bigger but further away, and a right hand as low as you can (or want to) on the right arete. Bump up to a really good hold on the arete, then make a big slap up the arete the an awesome hold that has a perfect little divot-oval cut out that fits 4 fingers. From here figure out how to get a slopey jug up high and work up and left and top at as for Lichen It.

This climb is kinda morpho, as Brad couldn't span where I started, so people with shorter spans might have to just start matched on the arete, or higher up on the arete. I think the best option would be to climb it as a jump start, left on the crimp then jump up and catch right on the arete up high.


On the same boulder as Lichen It, a couples minutes left into the woods from the gazebo.


Two pads at least, a spotter is nice too.