Type: Boulder, 18 ft (5 m)
FA: Justin Frese
Page Views: 231 total · 17/month
Shared By: JD Borgeson on Oct 19, 2020
Admins: Tyler KC, JD Borgeson

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Not quite as high quality as The Wasp, but very very good. This thing builds, starting with some easier moves on pinches that get harder and harder until ending in a compression crux and a stopper final move that sends many climbers flying.  After the crux, there is still 10 feet or so of easier climbing to a high but easy topout. Would reccomend doing the crack to the left and sussing out this topout as a warm up.


Down the trail past Flash Mode to the first obvious big boulder with chalk on it separate from the cliff line.  

The Flying Squirrel, same as The Wasp, starts on the down hill side of the boulder under the overhang on obvious iron jugs.  If looking at the wall facing uphill, this problem will start in the bottom right and move left through down facing pinches, a tiny left hand crimp, and the fat block above.


pads. crux moves don't get very high off the ground, but top-out is a bit tall.


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