Type: Boulder
FA: Shadow Ayala
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Shared By: Shadow Ayala on Nov 21, 2017
Admins: Aeon Aki, Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Start sitting down and far left of the little cave. Climb to the right, along the lip of the little cave. Hard moves and a dynamic move gets you to the jug above the cave. Techy mantle but not too hard.


Starts on the left side of the little cave very close to another little boulder.




Shadow Ayala
Lexington, KY
Shadow Ayala   Lexington, KY
vimeo.com/209050875 Nov 21, 2017
Zane Dordai
Salt Lake City
Zane Dordai   Salt Lake City
Though many of the climbs up here are amazing, this was one of my personal favorites. Physical and gymnastic movement on very high quality rock. If you're solo, two pads and a napkin will do you fine for this problem and it is absolutely worth the walk up the hill on its own. The last right hand jug is somewhat thin; please give the rock time to dry out if it has rained at all, this hold will break if someone climbs on it when it is wet. Thanks to Shadow and crew for putting in the work! Jul 6, 2018