Type: Boulder, 9 ft
FA: unknown
Page Views: 271 total · 14/month
Shared By: Stuart Wilson on Jun 1, 2017
Admins: jt512, M. Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Justin Johnsen, Vicki Schwantes

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Description

An unfinished project up the wave on the face of Ninja Star boulder. Sit start in the good pocket and high crimp to a series of dead points to shallow pockets and small crimps. Ending with a miserable but deep mono dyno to fat incut pinch. Topout is the loosest garbage of all time. Rating is questionable, but it's hard. Someone send it.

Location

Ninja Star boulder.

Protection

Pad and spot. Boulder below.

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Zen Green
Newbury Park, CA
V9-10
Zen Green   Newbury Park, CA
V9-10
Now that I Look harder it appears as tho this thing was chipped to make the holds. Nov 15, 2017
Stuart Wilson  
V9-10
The holds were always there. When it was first cleaned the right shallow hold was def not as deep and I didn’t even consider using it. Last I went out there the high crimp before the mono was broken and now it’s all slopy and just sucks. Nov 15, 2017
Wondering if there is some toe-hooking that could be done? Are the aretes on? Can we add "project" to this? Dec 28, 2017
Stuart Wilson  
V9-10
A toe hook at the beginning would make the start way better if it’s possible. Establishing feet for the first move has been a struggle. The left arete by itself is a small project also that could be fun if the top wasn’t so bad. Dec 30, 2017