Type: Boulder, 15 ft (5 m)
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Shared By: Mr Math Guru on May 25, 2019
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Stand start; Start with your right hand head-high on a full pad crimp and your left hand on an awkward but good, small pinch. Use a shallow sidepull and make a single, big move out left to a good hold. Then, high step and keep a cool head as you go straight up the face with no real good holds. (Don't go left around the arete to the slab).


This problem starts on the side of the boulder that faces away from the bathroom and the street. (It faces the mountains right behind it and is distinguished by a slight, jutting overhang about chest-high)


A bi-fold is fine with a good spot (the landing is flat, but there's a tree behind you, and due to the balance high finish, you may peel off left or right)