Type: Boulder, 10 ft (3 m)
FA: Joe Maier
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Shared By: Marcus Adrian Laguisma on Aug 18, 2020 · Updates
Admins: andy patterson, Mike Morley, Adam Stackhouse, Salamanizer suchoski, Vicki Schwantes, Justin Johnsen

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Sit start to Slot (V6) five feet down and to the left of the stand slot start hold, with left hand on good sidepull finger jug and right hand on small 2-3 finger slopey crimp. The start is pretty spanned with a hidden good foot under the boulder. Bump right hand in to a vertical crimp sidepull then pull off a huge committing bump with your right hand to a baseball sized sloper hole a couple feet higher. From there, figure out some delicate beta into the start of Slot (V6) and finish up the same topout. Beta for the stand start may change depending on which hand you can get into the good part of the slot hold. According to Joe, this route is supposed to be a slight eliminate because you avoid the jug shelf to the left of the left starting side pull for the sit-start; the route flows better without it anyways.

Burly, delicate and perhaps a tad height dependent. Regardless, it's a super great route for those who climb the grade.


Left of the tree. Right hand start hold is four feet below the obvious slot start hold, and left hand is around four feet to the left from the right hand start hold.


2-3 pads