Type: Boulder, 12 ft (4 m)
FA: Steve Potter (2007)
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Shared By: Brad Fauteux on Sep 20, 2021
Admins: Brad Fauteux, Jason Hayden, Luc-514, Kristen Fiore

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Sit start with an awesome, super friction dependent, left hand pinch on the arete and a nearly unusable sloping quartz blob on the steep overhang. Find some bad feet and make a super hard move up to a blind jug on the arete. Keep the foot tension of take the shouldery foot cut and avoid the dab before continuing and staying true to the arete until one can rock over onto a good toe found to mantle. Shares the same xit as "Boomerang" and "Pulled Pork".

This is the full line into "Boomerang Arete". It adds a one move at V-hard into the V4. Clearly it has been lost in conversion, or people simply can't pinch hard enough to send it. A more impressive send than "Boomerang" and likely harder than any move on "Pulled Pork".

Location Suggest change

This problem climbs the left arete of the triangular shaped overhang from a low sit start.

The sit into "Boomerang Arete".

Protection Suggest change

2-3 pads. There are a few blocks around one could get injured on. The problem is very shouldery as well. Do your arm circles, or blow out a shoulder, your pick.


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