Avg: 2.5 from 2 votes
|Type:||Boulder, 8 ft|
|FA:||Has this been climbed before? I dont have a guidebook. Please inform if you know!|
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|Shared By:||Oyvind Boe on Aug 8, 2018|
Left hand on a crimped sloper behind the arete or lower on a sloping arete. This option is almost impossible in wet or warm conditions. Right hand starts on the obvious sloper on the right. Then swing for tall "jug" that can either be matched or if you have good hands swing for the even higher and better jug for left hand. Then top out on slopers and a crimp up top. Crux is figuring out the feet on the start. They are low and blind and you need to stack them on a crimp a little ways out to the left under the arete.
Its also irritating that the tree is there but its not in the way except if you fall back on it. Tree is off.
In between the VERY obvious tree and to the right of where the uphill
"dislocator traverse" starts when facing the problem. See pictures-
Make sure to remove any condoms before climbing.