Type: TR, Boulder, 35 ft (11 m)
FA: Trevor Mungeam
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Shared By: Trevor Mungeam on Jun 7, 2023
Admins: Old Timer, jim.dangle, Joe M

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This is really more of a boulder problem within a 5.6 route. Start as you would for the 5.6, climbing up below the triangular roof, but instead of bypassing it and climbing out to the left, tackle the prow feature head on. With really good foot holds below, compress either side of the bulge to make a long reach to good holds above. Make a tricky pull over the roof, and get established above it to finish out the 5.6 outro climbing to the top of the 35 foot tall face. Like most of the routes in this sector, it is height-dependent. For me, it felt comparable to other 5.10c’s (5’7”, -1), but for someone with a bit more reach, it’s probably closer to 5.10a. Someone shorter than me may find it closer to low end 11?

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Start up the 5.6, and take on the triangular roof.

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Pads or a TR.

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