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Can't climb up the face?.... Then go around at a slightly easier grade. Stem between the 15' (attached) boulder-type feature and the Flying Circus
face. At the top of the boulder, reach out to the "Holdy Rail" to traverse the top of the cliff face with your hands (i.e.
, laybacks and crimps) and thin feet below. Throw a heel hook if you want! Top out at the highest point where a top rope anchor should be set (same setup for Flying Circus
A starting variation eliminates the crack (between the boulder and the cliff face); instead climb/layback the boulder arete (with your back to Flying Circus
) to make this feel more like a continuous highball boulder problem. This leaves you with a single rest before the committing, steep traverse.
This is on the climber's left of Flying Circus
(the far left end of The Playground). Start at the crack between the 15' (attached) boulder-type feature and the Flying Circus
Top rope. Get ready to swing.