Type: Boulder, 15 ft (5 m)
FA: Team Tough
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Shared By: Alex Fischer on Apr 1, 2020
Admins: sara pax, Old Timer, jim.dangle, Joe M

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Chalking the Ham is a rightward traverse below the Y2K roof. Start on a right-facing jug below the lower, ground-level roof, and traverse right, making big moves of great holds until you can get established below the tight dihedral. I don't know exactly what hold marks the end of the traverse, but a reasonable end is to get your hands established on a hold not under the roof.

The guidebook called this V4, but it seemed a little soft to me, perhaps because I'm a sport climber used to longer climbs on good holds.

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Underneath the Y2K roof, this climbs the leftmost of a line of jugs at the lip of the lower, ground-level roof.

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1 crashpad, or more if you don't have someone to move it for you as you move right.

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