Avg: 3 from 1 vote
|Type:||Boulder, 20 ft (6 m)|
|FA:||Luca Keushguerian, November 2019|
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|Shared By:||Luca Keushguerian on Nov 12, 2019|
An eliminate that uses crimps that get smaller the higher you go.
Start with your left hand on a side big pull and right on a small pinch on the face. Feet are on two small feet on the right hand side on black rock. Left wall is off for feet, as well as the big rail right above you (sloping ledge is ok for feet.) Throw up your left hand to a higher and bigger side pull, then throw out right to a small side pull. Throw your right hand up high to a small but good incut crimp. Bring your feet up then go with your left hand to a small crimp on the face. Use good body positioning to bring your right hand under the left to a side pull. Once you have those two holds, you can bring your foot up above the ledge to a smear, then throw for the top.
The moves get harder and harder the higher you go with the crux being the throw to the top.