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BETA PHOTO: Inchling problem beta in yellow.
Inchling climbs a technical slab using a fantastic set of holds over a perfect landing.
Stand start with a right hand undercling and a left hand palm against the face. From there, gollum up the thin feet using an inverted left hand pinch, match a right hand next to it, settle onto a sloping left hand bump, then reach a right hand dimple, follow with the left hand to a thumb-catch, then a two-finger incut, move the feet up to a pair of smear-bumps and an eventual high right foot edge, work the right hand up the sloping arete, commit to the foot, reach the arete's apex with the right hand, pull up to the sloping lip with the left hand, match hands, traverse slight left to a decent foot, and mantle on top the boulder.
Taller climbers may opt for a different finish. Instead of doing the method described above, climb to the highest features - set on a three-finger left hand dimple and a two-finger right hand dimple, and deadpoint or lunge for the lip. Despite repeated attempts, I couldn't finish using this method, but I can imagine those with a greater reach taking this route.
It climbs the north face of Prosecution. It lies just left of Up Arrow
, some of the holds are shared between the problems, but the movement is worlds apart.
A pair of pads will work. The landing is flat and clear.
BETA PHOTO: At the start of Inchling.
BETA PHOTO: Reaching for the right hand dimple on Inchling.
BETA PHOTO: At the sloping left hand edge on Inchling.
By Bradley Mark Edwards
From: Grand Junction, CO
Apr 25, 2015
So stoked you got this! Well done, man, that's a crazy delicate problem!
By Nick Reecy
Apr 26, 2015
Thanks, Brad :)
By Christian Prellwitz
From: Telluride, CO
Mar 29, 2016
Enjoyable movement and good rock quality. Fairly straightforward once you figure out the beta.