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Shared By: Aaron Hwang on Dec 3, 2017
Admins: BDalhaus, Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Left of the Mothra Stewart start is another super hollow flake that feels like it'll rip out.
The sit start starts here. Otherwise, I started out with my left hand here and my right hand up on a good sidepull. Crank up to a crumbly crimp and make your way right into Mothra Stewart and finish on the climb.

This guy is less reach dependent than the original and therefore more shorty friendly. If you're not tall enough to ride Mothra Stewart, check out the variation and have your ogre sized buddies do the original.


Look low for a hollow flake way left on the storm boulder left of Mothra Stewarts original start.


pads and spotters.


A O  
Is the start hold the broken pocket/flake in the lower left of the picture or is it not in frame?

Just trying to figure out what holds are being used, can you clarify? It sounds like you climb up into the jug on mothra left then traverse back into the mothra finish.

Also this theoretically this creates two new lines as there are two finish options. Dec 4, 2017
Aaron Hwang
Aaron Hwang  
yes the start hold is the broken flake in the lower left of the picture. I think there's another problem that starts even further left of this and traverses right through everything and finishes on Mothra.
For the holds I used, I went up from the start to a crimp and right to a good jug that's big enough for a match. Then some funky business transitioning into Mothra Stewart. You're right that there's potential for 4 lines here: Mothra original, Mothra with the left finish, Mothra left start into original finish, Mothra left start into left finish. Dec 4, 2017
Troy Fauteux
Henniker NH
Troy Fauteux   Henniker NH
The start hold is pretty flexy and the sit start seems pretty improbable but I ended up doing it from one move in as well. I was curious about this line because it was listed in the guidebook and although its not nearly as good as the other two variations it definitely mixes up the movement a bit making it a completely different line. Here is the Mothra Stewart Trifecta for anyone confused on where it starts. youtube.com/watch?v=tEhJwrY… Dec 7, 2017