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The South-facing slab problems:
- Left-most line can be done using the arete (V0+) or without it (V1)
- Left-center line (AKA "Mr Scary") = V2
- Right-center line (AKA "Mr Scarier") = V2+
- Right-most line = V1+/V2 (Crux off the ground). Can exit through the notch to the right; more committing but not much harder to hand-traverse the finish to the top.

The main cluster of boulders in the Upper Mound are just above/behind the flake. The manatee is the blobbly boulder to the left of the top of the flake (looks a bit like the head of a deranged manatee with algae on its upper lip, if you've got imagination).

Submitted By: Dave Wachter on Feb 25, 2009
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