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Start matched on a slopey crimp rail, and head straight up, with an interesting topout.
It is best to climb this in the fall to spring before the tree starts sprouting leaves.
I gave it the name The South, because the first hold reminded me of The South. Let me know the FA info if you have it.
This is on the north side of the same boulder with Proper English
and Dionysian Ecstasy.
A pad or two and a person to hold the tree back in order to do the topout.
BETA PHOTO: The start hold.
From: Lakewood, co
Aug 27, 2016
rating: V4 6B
There are two distinct finishes to this climb. The right goes straight up the nose of the prow and felt a little more natural to me (probably V3). The left finish climbs just to the left of the prow as described in the description above and felt a little harder to me (maybe V4). Do them both.... They are fun!