Type: Boulder, 10 ft (3 m)
FA: Eric Zschiesche
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Shared By: eric zschiesche on Sep 24, 2020
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The problem is both classic and contrived. Start on the great jug hold slightly above head height, pull-up and mantle using just one arm to execute both the pull-up and the mantle. After I had straight armed the mantle out, I attempted to get my foot of the same jug hold that my hand was on,.. it was proving awkward balance wise, so I lightly stabilized my body using my other arm and hand on top of the boulder. I had envisioned the problem as using entirely one arm,.. but, I came up short,.. Still, by far the singular most powerful move that I have ever done. I used my left arm for the move.


Located in the small boulder field at the base of the South Face of Stone Mountain, as I recall, basically below Pandora's Way. The boulder is comprised of a South facing blunt arete the is slightly overhang with a great hold slightly above head height. 


I did the problem without a pad(s), however the year was late Winter of 1982.


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