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Rock Climbing Photo: Green Face - variations.
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By search4
Jul 29, 2014
There are a two variations to this fun problem, specifically:

- The first variation begins on the right, near the arete. Start with both hands on the good jug, dig for some feet, and move up and left to the sloped crimper. Match, or grab the rail, and traverse out on the crimps until you gain the initial undercling. Finish on the V3 problem, using the obvious side pull if needed. The feet are a bit difficult to locate but are solid once you find them. four, maybe five additional moves, going at v3+/4v- if you skip the sloped crimper.

- The second variation is apparently sit/close to a start, and utilizes a solid undercling/jug near the bottom of the boulder directly underneath the rails. Get your feet up, and make a desperate dead point to a crimper, move up and left until you gain the original V3 starting undercling. There's a few good side pulls before the undercling that you can use. Finish up and left as normal. V4/V5? No idea, not finished yet.
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Green Face - variations.

Submitted By: search4 on Jul 28, 2014
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Green Face (V3 6A )
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