Art of the Vogi Left
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Start on the long flat rail, same as "Art of the Vogi". Make moves going left on big hollow flakes. Get to the lip of the overhang holding jugs and throw a big move establishing the slab section.
Art of the Vogi Boulder, Front Area
The Art of the Vogi boulder sits on a jumble of boulders so landings can be stetchy in a few spots. A pad and good spot will keep you safe. Also, some of the hollow flakes flex under weight, so please be careful of breaking holds.
|Comments on Art of the Vogi Left
|By randy baum|
From: Minneapolis, MN
Mar 30, 2013
crux is not dabbing. this should be one of the last v6's you tick at lrc. so many better lines for that grade.
|By Swamp Cookie|
From: da Bayou
Sep 25, 2013
rating: V3-4 6a+
Not sure how this got a V6 rating. Easier than the direct line and any other V4 at LRC.
|By Kate Mittendorf|
From: Nashville, TN
Nov 14, 2013
I disagree with the comments saying it should be the last V6 you tick. I think it's a really fun problem, but I don't think it's a V6. If you can sport climb at all, you can do this problem. It's an easy 5.10 roof to a single 11+ roof move. So that'd make it what, a V4? It's all about controlling a little pump. I'll pretend it's a V6 though, since it's the only one I've got so far ;-)