Type: Boulder, 13 ft (4 m)
FA: Trevor Mungeam
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Shared By: Trevor Mungeam on Oct 7, 2023
Admins: Old Timer, jim.dangle, Joe M

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Squat start on a good hold at the far right side of the East face (the hold is technically at the base of the blunt northeast arête). Pull on, and move up the East face for a few moves along slopers before stepping your feet up and rocking around the arête onto a sloped rail way up there. From here, make tenuous moves up to the lip, and then mantel it out. This has good movement, is a pure line, is on a nice feature, and has quality rock! This is probably the best line in the small Streeter Area.

Etymology: Komorebi is a Japanese word that roughly translates in English to "sunlight piercing through the trees". It's a beautiful word and is a good description for the stunning light that tends to be on full display from this problem on fall afternoons.

Location Suggest change

Squat start the left side of the northeast arete.

Protection Suggest change

2-3 crashpads.