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Back wall of Ames.
Start on small undercling and crimp on right. Fire a big dead point to the horizontal (small crimps) two left hand side pull flakes lead to the v at the top.
On the back side of Ames boulder, in the very center of the wall.
|By Joe M.|
Dec 12, 2008
This problem is actually named Thug and was first done by Lee Soares. Great problem with a heart-thumping topout.
|By Keyan P|
From: Burlington, VT
Dec 22, 2012
Felt closer to V3+/V4- to me, definitely not as hard as the other V5s in the park. At least a couple pads would be nice due to the not so great landing.