|Diamond Head Bouldering
Sit start the left hand arete way down low and keep riding the arete as it diagonals up hill with the ground to the top of the boulder. Smaller feet and a bit more of a balancy sequence than the right arete. Could be easier since I was trying to smear in blown out approach shoes, but still fun and worth doing if you're in the area. (Not a destination problem though.)
There's a boulder directly behind Shibumi (12b) and this problem climbs the left hand arete of the block.
Gabe Meyers on sight on the Diamondhead Left Arete...