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Anti-hueco V4 6B
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In Through The Outdoor V3+ 6A+
Problem A V4+ 6B+
Problem B V4 6B
Torquemeister V4- 6B
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Shared By: Joel Ryan on Jan 14, 2017
Admins: C Miller, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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The jug rail has fallen! Without the rail 2/3 of the way through the problem, the problem is a good bit harder. Smaller holds and more difficult movement will take you through to the finish. The loss of the rail significantly altered the problem and has left it more consistent in difficulty.

Can we get a consensus on the grade?




Not really harder, still v2 in my book. Oct 2, 2017
Adan Morales  
I definitely notice the increase in difficulty. I agree to V2+ is accurate. Jul 4, 2017
I think it's a bit height dependent, now. The rail falling off made the reach a bit longer than before. My girlfriend can't really hit the pocket at its peak now, where before she'd use the rail. She's 5'2" to 5'3". Apr 3, 2017
thejoaq 08  
Never climbed it pre break but climbed it last week. Felt like V2, don't think it needs a +. Movement was consistent and fun! Feb 10, 2017
Mission Viejo, CA
neilm813   Mission Viejo, CA
Climbed this with Karrington and also felt it was V2+ if I recall correctly at how it felt before the break. Jan 22, 2017
Laguna Niguel, CA
Karrington   Laguna Niguel, CA
I'm not sure that the break increases the grade by much, just slightly harder. I do think it makes it more enjoyable though haha. Classic! Jan 22, 2017