Type: Boulder, 13 ft (4 m)
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Sam Francis on Mar 15, 2020
Admins: Ian CB, Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge

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Sharing the right arete with the V1 Still Sleeping, this compression problem was uncovered after a tree blocking the left arete was mysteriously removed.

Differing in character from other climbs on the sleepytime boulder, this problem relies more on power than technical footwork. From a stand, find small feet, squeeze both aretes, and power your way up to the boulder's apex. The good holds, slight overhang, and clean landing make this thing great!


The slightly overhanging face on the southwest side of the sleepytime slab. Can be found from the south shore trail, or from the flux boulder higher in the talus.


2 pads