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The classic line at the grade in Boulder Natural. Stand start on a huge jug, set your feet and fire up and left to the cool triangular pinch. Grab a right crimp and bump to the jug on the lip up and right. Topout next to the tree.
Landing is a bit painful so don't botch the dyno/deadpoint/topout.
Sit start goes at V3.
If you used the gaston on the left, see Swiss Cheese
From Gandalf's Lair cross stream towards Yosemite Boulder. This climb is on your left 30ft from Buttermilk Boulder.
Pads to fill the void in the landing, spotter would be nice too.
Photo of E-Z Cheese V2
adam wilcox doing some really cool toe hook beta
big move to the crimp
last move to the top with a cool feet cut :) love ...
|By Jesse Coburn|
From: Manchester, NH
Feb 27, 2008
So i was given some toe-hook beta and its goes easier...ish still v2
From: Manchester, NH
Apr 2, 2008
rating: V2 5+
Alternate beta - From the jug, go left hand to the triangular pinch, heel hook the jug with your right foot, grab a crimp with your right hand, then bump to the lip out right. There is a crack/jug back from the lip out left to help with the topout.
|By Seth Cohen|
Aug 16, 2010
The toe-hook beta is awesome. Start on the jug, then gaston the left-hand side-pull. With your right foot, toe hook the jug's right side. As you lean left, both the toe hook and the gaston get much better, so don't give up until it sticks! From there, easily stand up on your left foot to the triangle pinch and top out. Smooth.
|By J Meagher|
Apr 8, 2013
rating: V2+ 5+
Incredibly fun for such a short climb! Start with both hands at the sidepull, then hit the gaston, match, and layback into it. Pop to the sloping top with your left hand, toe hook the start hold, and make a big move to the triangular crimp with your right hand. The topout is super cool. Descend by shimmying down the crevice between the boulders.
|By Michael Plesser|
Apr 21, 2013
My less than elegant climb. Note the strangely uncommon left exit. Why does everyone go out right?
|By Benjamin Mackall|
From: Hingham, MA
Aug 7, 2013
The variation out to the left using the gaston and a dyno is sweet! Does it have a name and/or section here?