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Sit-start and work your way up the face and try to top out on slopey holds.
This problem can be found on the Northeast corner of the boulder (this is the side of the boulder facing the parking area). At the time of initial development this was the only problem on this side of the boulder, there are likely some others at this time.
Good crash-pad placement
|By Emerson Takahashi|
From: SLC, UT
Sep 27, 2013
rating: V4 6b
I would say that this is v4 as long as from the starting pockets, you make a long move to a sloping sidepull straight up with your right hand.
Moving to the around the corner bring it down to about v3