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Beeched Whale V5+ 6C+ PG13
Beeched Whale, (Left Arete). V0 4 PG13
Hyperbole V7 7A+ PG13
Kara V4-5 6B+ PG13
Parking Lot Boulder V2+ 5+ PG13
Purity V3-4 6A+ X
Purity (Right Variation) V7-8 7B X
Silence is the Question V8-9 7B+ PG13
Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: opusgrooves on Sep 8, 2016
Admins: Ladd, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Annual Trail Closures to protect Peregrine falcons Details

Description

3 moves, but man-o-man are those moves technical.

On the left side of the parking lot problem is "Hyperbole." It chipped in early 2015, making the grade much harder than originally thought.

Stand start on extremely thin, sharp, crimper edges, with glassy feet. Grab an almost non-existent left hand 3-finger crimp, also heinously sharp, get high feet and throw for the decent top out.

Originally thought of as V4, the starting holds and intermediate left hand crimp, chipped.

Location

Beech cliff parking lot.

Protection

Pads. Short and sweet, but definitely well protected and a low-ball.

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Hate to be this guy but probably v6 3rd go Oct 21, 2017
Opus, you can leave it blank.

IMO PG13 should be for boulders 15' or higher with particularly poor landing areas. R - 20', x - 30' Mar 2, 2017
opusgrooves  
 
I assume you've climbed it then, right?

Edited to say: There is no G rated option on mountain project. Feb 26, 2017
Joe M.    
That is as G-rated a boulder problem as you can get... Feb 14, 2017
opusgrooves  
 
The landing isn't scary or dangerous aside from the usual risks involved with climbing, hence the PG13 rating. Feb 12, 2017
Why is it PG13? Jan 30, 2017