Type: Boulder, 14 ft (4 m)
FA: David Russo?
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Shared By: DR on Jul 19, 2020
Admins: Brad Fauteux, Jason Hayden, Luc-514, Kristen Fiore

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Sit start with your left had on an undercling/pistol grip and right hand on a side pull in the crack featured used at the base of biscuit.

Pull on and make a big move to a good edge and crimp. Find a way to work you feet to where your hands are and work your way through smalls crimps to a good top out.

Feels harder than Biscuit,Brewski arete, Patton arete, but easier than primate so I guess V3-? We’ll see where consensus ends up.

Location Suggest change

Either long since forgotten on long since overlooked. Was plenty dirty/lichen covered when I cleaned it July 2020

Climbs the face directly to the left of biscuit on the same boulder. Sit start just to the right of the left arete of the boulder.

Protection Suggest change

2 pads is nice

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