Type: Boulder, 10 ft (3 m)
FA: Not sure
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Shared By: Climbing Shu on Dec 24, 2019
Admins: M Sprague, Joe M.

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Sit start at the corner of Summit boulder. Left hand on a surprisingly good scooped pocket on the arete, right hand on a jug on the right side of the arete. The jug is pretty big and pretty wide. The jug is about 1 ft lower than the pocket in height. Pull on to the boulder and up right into the juggy Flake. Traverse the Flake right and climb jugs to the top. Although there is no top-out jug on this problem the friction of the boulder is good enough that the top out is easy. The most interesting move is the first move into the Flake. If you can find the correct foot placement, the first move is not hard. The landing is not bad. Two pads and a spotter should be sufficient. The down climb is on the back side of the boulder next to Penny Pincher V0.


Find the obvious Flake at about 7 ft tall on the summit boulder. The Flake is about 4 ft in length. The whole Flake is a big jug. The starting pocket and jug are at the arete to the left of the Flake. Then the problem climbs into the Flake.