Type: Boulder
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Shared By: Dylan Griffith on Mar 31, 2020
Admins: Pat Goodman, Dylan Griffith, Ray Weber

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Description Suggest change

Start on a large left hand pocket and a sloping edge with the right. Move up through sharp sloping holds and a great crystal crimp. Figure out the smeary and flexible foot sequence in order to reach the dirty jugs at the top of the slab. Topout.

The bottom of this slab seems to be always wet. Bring a towel, a brush, and lots of chalk if you are stoked on climbing very sharp and wet slab. You could also wait until it is frozen or hope you find a week of dry weather.

Location Suggest change

This climb is the barely featured slab in the center of the face on the right side of the tilted tree boulder.

This route is #22 on Boulder 3 in the Tilted Tree Corridor area of the Brayack and Keenan falcon guidebook.

Protection Suggest change

A single pad will cover the fall zone, but it gets a little tall at the top.

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