Type: Boulder, 11 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Nick Reecy on May 2, 2016
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Concatenator climbs a short overhang on good stone over a decent landing. The first two moves alone make this worth a try.

Sit start with a right hand undercling and a left hand bump on the arete. From there, pull on, place a left heel hook (it gets a little bunched), fall into a left hand sloper on the arete, stick the far arete with the right hand, bump the left hand through some sidepull edges, swing the feet over to the arete, and finish up the remainder on the bumps to reach a narrow top.


It climbs the west face of Ram Rock.


A pair of pads will work. The landing is good, but there is a tree and rock behind a part of the problem.