Type: Boulder, 25 ft
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Shared By: Graham O. on Aug 16, 2017
Admins: Michael Sullivan

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One of my favorite problems in Rocklands. Stand start on two good huecos and make a big move to a jug rail on the right side of the arch. Follow it along the lip of the arch until it dips into the overhang. Use a juggy slot, a sloping sidepull, a cool sloping jug, lots of heelhooks, and a big move to get to the flat sloper on the edge of the left side of the arch. Make another big move to another sloper before gaining some nice jugs. Shake out and continue up and right (don't wimp out left, follow the chalk!) to a hard top out on slopers.

It is possible to move left straight from the start and meet up with the problem's top section. I'm not going to be the person that tells you to stop, but it makes the problem significantly easier and less cool.


From the teapot (up the spout boulder), continue to a weird shaped boulder on the left; Ron Ron Et Caramel. Continue for about 50 yards to a three way junction. Take a right up the hill to the obvious arch. Start on the two chalked up huecos on the base of it.


Some pads and spotters. It's low to the ground but long and it zig zags a lot.


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