Comments: This one is cryptic and tough to read, but as far as I can tell you start on a right hand 2 finger pocket, and a positive left hand crimp (which some folks might use as a right hand for Booze Pig). From these start holds there's a substantial distance to what appear to be positive crimps which look like they set you up to gain the 3" pocket mentioned in the description. The crux involves spanning the gap between the start holds and the positive crimps, with your best options involving several sl... more >>
Comments: A high left perch on a thin foot, and a left knee scum-bar on the starting hold below your left hand (<--HaHa, something like that) makes that irritating (or awesome?) first move substantially easier. A cruel twist of fate makes this sequence much harder for tall folks, but since their lanky appendages tend to help them more often than not I don't feel too bad. One of the best problems in NAZ!
Comments: I have just come back from a visit to Moe's and I had an amazing time. My buddies and I expected to stay for a couple of days and ended up putting in a full week.
I was, however, shocked to witness folks stoking fires around the Monkey Boy boulder, as well as a large group of people who drove their truck all the way up to the Sentinel boulder and set up camp for several days. This behavior will surely affect access in the future, not to mention it's more than a little discourteous to other clim... more >>
Comments: This is an awesome problem that no one talks about. It took me about 60+ times to finally figure out that I needed to move my right foot up about 3 inches. A great problem to work at the end of the day, because it's really easy on the hands.
I've never tried the right variation to the arete but I'll definitely give it a try next time I head out there.