Type: Boulder
FA: Randall Phenning
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Shared By: Orphaned User on May 11, 2016
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A lip traverse along an overhang. SDS on the right side and move along the lip, around the corner, to end at a horn/ledge an arms throw across the crack. Step off from here. There are proving to be quite a few ways to move along the lip using the sharp holds, all variations are hovering around V0/1. Trying to top out looks like a bad idea. Earned it's name for being an excellent place to keep water and tools overnight instead of repeatedly hauling them out to the boulders every day.


Not much help a spotter is gonna do for you though it never gets high off the ground. There's an awkward rock that a pad is good for near the crux.


Walking into the Irish boulders it will be the wall on your right as you descend. It turns into a flat area with an overhang.