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BETA PHOTO: Aunt Bea, V1. Start on the two obvious holes and h...
On the backside of the Ant boulder, start on the two hand-sized huecos and go pretty much straight up. The slopers on top make for an exciting top-out.
Backside of the Ant boulder.
|By Sean Denny|
From: Los Angeles
Aug 21, 2010
The top never feels 100% secure. I always feel like I'm going to blow the reach over the lip. This definitely adds some nice spice.
|By Joseph Stover|
From: Santa Barbara, CA
Mar 6, 2011
A fun variation is to start in the holes and move diagonally left/up to finish on the arete; probably a little harder than V1.