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Start low down all the way down to the right, possibly sitting. Climb left along and out the overhang, trending along the steep arete. In the middle of the problem thin crimps in a rising seam also come into play with the slopey lip. Continue to the apex of the boulder, at the top of a little mini arete, and topout there. If you topout before this, you have not done the full problem.
A great problem, but alas it is a lip traverse with a couple of opportunities to exit early.
This problem is on the same boulder as Seurat. Begin low on the east side of the boulder, where the trail first meets the boulder.
A few Organic pads and a spotter to reposition the pads and to possibly protect the climber from a fall into an uneven landing area at the finish.
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