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Wet & Unprotected

V3, Boulder,  Avg: 3.9 from 23 votes
FA: Pablo Zuleta
Washington > Central-W Casca… > Skykomish Valley > Miller River Bo… > Paradise Boulders > Wet & Unprotected Bou…

Description

This breathtaking problem begins seated on the right of the horizontal roof on a flat shelf. It then moves over the water on jugs fora thrilling top out on a good sloper. A variation (V1) begins standing using a high crimp over the water. The moves are reversible but carefully take a moment to spot your landing.

Protection

None. Try not to fall in the calm pool below. There is a large rock right underneath the finishing jugs that is only about waist deep so make sure to spot your landing before you take a dip!

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Floater
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Shoulders McGee
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Beautiful problem over the river
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Floater
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Set up the self timer and let it rip. Then pose for ten seconds.
[Hide Photo] Set up the self timer and let it rip. Then pose for ten seconds.

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Kyle Love
Seattle, WA
  V3
[Hide Comment] A video featuring this classic route! Enjoy!

youtube.com/watch?v=VAKe0Lc… Aug 14, 2018
Jon Nelson
Redmond, WA
[Hide Comment] Very nice and short video. Thanks Kyle.

Is the water deep enough though to safely fall into? Aug 14, 2018
Kyle Love
Seattle, WA
  V3
[Hide Comment] @Jon Nelson Depending on the time of year, I would say so! Aug 16, 2018
Josh Lowy
Sacramento, CA
  V3
[Hide Comment] One of the best. Fun movement, suspended, in a gorgeous setting. Oct 11, 2019
Michael Brady
Wenatchee, WA
  V1
[Hide Comment] Jon Nelson - Just went in August and while I wouldnt dive in I would say its pretty safe. With that said, I'd be amazed to see someone fall off this thing. Its very casual. Like V0 or V1 casual Aug 26, 2020
Shlomo B
  V3 PG13
[Hide Comment] @Mike Brady I would say that's dependent on if you can find feet. I just campused the whole problem more or less and while that didn't feel terribly difficult for me, I think if you were a legit V3 climber, campusing might feel hard and options for your feet do exist, but can be hard to find in the heat of the moment. Jun 24, 2021
Shlomo B
  V3 PG13
[Hide Comment] @zachary Drive down the Miller River gravel road till’ you find the broken bridge, from there, hike up the road about 20 minutes till’ you see a tree with a pink ribbon on your right, follow the faint and steep trail downhill till’ you hit the river, cross underneath a broken tree on your left with another pink ribbon, then take a right and cross 2 logs over the water. From here take a left and follow the faint trail about 5 minutes then when things open up, cross the river on your right and you’re in.

It's bushwacky rn so beware! Jul 4, 2021
Daniel Chode Rider
Truck, Wenatchee
[Hide Comment] I have a GPS track I made a couple weeks ago, I can post it Jul 4, 2021