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The Seam V3 - The best thing I climbed, start at the two crimps mid level and finish straight up in the seam. There may be a SDS option. There is also a good V hard to its right that needs to be climbed. Head straight up and right behind the campsite about 100'. FA Scott Sanchez (All these FA's are unconfirmed I did have to clean everything I climbed, but these could be established problems)if so my apologies.
V0 slab start up left side, Name Mini Roof. Head up and left behind the camp site about 50'. FA Scott Sanchez (All these FA's are unconfirmed I did have to clean everything I climbed, but these could be established problems)if so my apologies.
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My Leg V2, named as I took a header when a hold broke and decked on the down climb, took a nice chunk out of my leg. FA Scott Sanchez. From the campsite head right down the road about 50 yard to a big fallen tree head left 50 ' and the problem is on the back side of a small looking boulder. Good rock. Avoid using the slab below for feet. Start low and fire to the higher ledge crimp. <br />(All these FA's are unconfirmed I did have to clean everything I climbed, but these could be established problems)if so my apologies.
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My Leg V2, named as I took a header when a hold broke and decked on the down climb, took a nice chunk out of my leg. FA Scott Sanchez. From the campsite head right down the road about 50 yard to a big fallen tree head left 50 ' and the problem is on the back side of a small looking boulder. Good rock. Avoid using the slab below for feet. Start low and fire to the higher ledge crimp.
(All these FA's are unconfirmed I did have to clean everything I climbed, but these could be established problems)if so my apologies.

Submitted By: Bouldering Portal on Jun 27, 2012
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