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Routes in Sentinel Buttress Boulderfield

Admiral Aretebar V2 5+
Always Strapped V5 6C
Anna Pornikova V6 7A
Ansatzpunktv V5- 6C
Big Up V6 7A
Bobba Threat V2 5+
Boone Lounge V2 5+
Boone Lunge V4 6B
Crazor V5 6C
Crease, The V4 6B
Dirt Dabber V4 6B
Donkey Kong V3+ 6A+
Donkey Kong (Left) V4- 6B
Duck Soup V5 6C
Eco-Challenge V4 6B
FUPA Slap Stand V7 7A+
Friction Addiction V5 6C
Garden Variety V4 6B
Got Your Back V4 6B
Gym Rat Kevin V4 6B
Handthrax V8 7B
Hidden in Plain Sight V4 6B
Hot Cross Buns V1 5
Hustler V5 6C
It's A Trap V1 5
It's The Pleats V3 6A
Kessel Run, The V3 6A
Locksmith V6 7A
Lostboys V6 7A
Main Squeeze V5 6C
Men Are From Moore's V3 6A
Misanthrope V5 6C
More Larry Than Scary V2 5+
Nick, The V6 7A
North Chewbacca V0 4
Oh-V1-Kenobi V1 5
Piss and Vinegar V6 7A
Pit, The V5 6C
R2-V2 V2 5+
Ramp, The V7 7A+
Ribbed for Her Pleasure V5 6C
Ripper V3 6A
Rocky Road V6 7A
Saurakraut V4 6B
Spicy Nooder V10 7C+
Stickman V5 6C
Stickman Left V5 6C PG13
Top Shelf V5 6C
Trashcanistan V3+ 6A+
Tsunami V8 7B
Unknown T 5.4 4a 12 IV 10 VD 3c
V3PO V3 6A
What's In A Name V2+ 5+
Zen Spasm V7 7A+
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Shared By: Luke Cornejo on Feb 22, 2017
Admins: Aaron Parlier, Steve Lineberry

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Description

Fun straight forward climbing. Start on the jug around chest height. Climb straight up and reach deep over the lip to hit the good hold.

Location

Around the corner from Omega on the same boulder. Behind the Boone Lunge boulder and next to Sherman's boulder.

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Ryan Malloy
Raleigh, NC
  V5- PG13
Ryan Malloy   Raleigh, NC
  V5- PG13
The name is consistent between Mountain Project and the guidebook, but I'm pretty sure it is a typo. "Ansatzpunkt" is a German word meaning "starting point". The erroneous "v" at the end probably happened when the author inputted Ctrl+V to paste the name, then accidentally hit the V key again. Jul 6, 2018

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