Type: Boulder, 12 ft (4 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Brad Fauteux on Feb 6, 2019
Admins: Stonyman Killough, Luke Cornejo, saxfiend

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This problem is very friction dependent and is barely possible. Perfect skin and perfect conditions are most likely the key to taking down this obscure two-mover.

Probably about V10 just to pull off the ground, stand start on the right side of the large sloping smiley face feature. Try and find the best spot to nestle your fingers into before trying to campus off the ground on the "worse than Beast-Maker 2000" slopers. Pick from one of the poor foot jibs and stab at a large right-hand gaston feature. Keep the tension on the poor foothold before getting a foot on the rail and crossing over to a large bucket. Topout up and left to avoid the large fallen tree.

May not be exactly worth the 40-minute hike by itself, but this problem is pretty rad and has zero ticks on 8a.nu. 

Location Suggest change

Follow the main trail through the cave. Once through the cave, walk left around the boulder. One may have to climb onto the smaller boulder. This line is hard to miss with the smiley-face feature.

Protection Suggest change

Kind of an awkward location do to the rock behind. 2 or 3 pads. Exploding off the starting holds could be bad.