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By Ricky Newman
From: Fort Collins, CO
Nov 11, 2008
This is not a picture of Finger Ripper.
By Tony Hosek
Sep 2, 2013
Please tell me what Finger Ripper is then if that is not it?
By Elijah Flenner
Sep 3, 2013
Finger Ripper is to the right and is an eliminate. You cannot use the crack and have to go up the face on tiny crimps and sidepulls. You can see the chalked holds in the picture: the two chalked sidepulls to the right of the climber and the two chalked crimps below and in between the chalked sidepulls. Basically the face between the climber in the photo and the crack to the right.
By Tony Hosek
Sep 3, 2013
So, what I'm saying is you obviously put the problem up can you at least go out to the boulder and mark the holds with different chalk.... I am a simple minded person and cannot differentiate the crack from the tiny crimps. What is the gentlemen climbing in this picture?
By Elijah Flenner
Sep 4, 2013
The Northern Colorado Climbers' Coalition guide calls it Ship's Prow, and it is listed on this site as Ship's Prow Right.
By Brett Billings
From: Fort Collins, CO
Sep 7, 2013
I'm not sure that all the confusion is sincere, but Elijah explained it correctly. In case you need further clarification, here's a video:
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Technical and fun.

Submitted By: westy on Sep 10, 2006
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Ship's Prow Right (V1 5 )
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