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Type: TR, Boulder, 30 ft, Grade V
FA: Jake Burton
Page Views: 303 total · 12/month
Shared By: Buritona on Oct 17, 2016
Admins: 20 kN

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Description

One good crimp on the face for your right and a side pull under cling for your left then straight up the face. Name surmised as I fell off four different times when small crimps all broke off.

Location

This route is a couple feet right of Kaanapali Miracle. To get out of the ocean I climb out under Kaanapali Miracle, dry my hands, then traverse left to the base of this climb. The traverse is more fun as you find a side pull for your left and an under cling for your right hand. This allows you to get your right foot up onto a nice platform before attempting the face.

Protection

This is a Deep Water Solo with no protection except for a clean fall into the Pacific Ocean.

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