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This excellent boulder problem starts on the right side of the boulder down in the pit using a left hand undercling/gaston and a right hand crimp at head height. Pull the crux moves on thin crimps leading to a good jug from there move left and then exit the face just before the ledge using two crimps and a gaston high on the face. Down climb to the left of the top out by a small tree.
This slightly overhanging face is located on the uphill side of the boulder on beautiful brown rock.
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