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V6, Boulder, 12 ft (4 m),  Avg: 3.8 from 13 votes
FA: unknown
Indiana > Muscatatuck Cou… > Strawberry Fields


Butt start matched on heavily chalked jug, deep under the roof. Climb out the roof and up the face using pockets, jugs, etc.


Walk a ways past the Hoosier Daddy area, passing under 2 large roofs. Osiris is on a roof very low to the ground. The right side of the roof has a chalked up jug near the back, and the pockets normally retain chalk through decent rains. Left side of the roof is a different problem that moves left into the dihedral.



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Osiris - Starts on Jug in bottom/center of photo and climbs out through the pockets
[Hide Photo] Osiris - Starts on Jug in bottom/center of photo and climbs out through the pockets
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Photographer: Ethan Higginbotham
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Sawyer Hankins
[Hide Comment] Awesome problem. Would probably be 5 star v5 if it wasnt so low to the ground. Beta video… Oct 15, 2020
Greg Martin
North Vernon, IN
[Hide Comment] Most people do the "Dark Companion"...which is the natural the better line is straight up and eliminates both large holds out right....aka (Osiris).....back in the day.....the jugs were very muddy and we avoided them.....V6 straight up.....have not seen chalk for a bit so maybe will define direct variation....soo......much better! Nov 5, 2020
[Hide Comment] did the direct variation today thinking it might be a new problem until I saw Greg's comment. I have to a agree its a better line and more on grade. Get on it! Jan 23, 2021
[Hide Comment] Climbed this the other day and when everything else was soaked to the core from a rain the previous day, this was the most climbable with the jugs being wet and the pockets down low being pretty dry. The necessary swing-out is so classic! Mar 17, 2021