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Shared By: Sean Ferrell on Feb 8, 2018
Admins: Andrew Gram, Nathan Fisher, Perin Blanchard, GRK, DCrane

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Perfect power moves on immaculate stone, finishes on a great jug hold. Sit start with left hand on a low, broken gaston that feels a little too low. Start right hand on a low sloper side pull.

Then you slap up right, use the amazing crimp on the face left, and use a touch of dynamism to snag the finish hold.

This boulder is pure and beautiful movement. Spectacular, with a unique move or two on it. It's one of my favorites at Moes.


On the opposite side of the Monkey Boy, v3, on the same boulder. Walk around the lower corner, up the little hill, and you will find that on the right side of the face, there is a series of slopers, a crimp, and a big jug at about 7-8 feet. Sit down in the dirt, and work your way to the top.
The lower you start, the more likely you are getting full value for the difficulty. The most obvious start to me seems to be on the lowest of three sloper holds on the right side.


1 pad ought to do it.


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