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The Millenium Boulder
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Epiphany 
Friend to Fanboy 
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Goat Dyno 
Hickey's V7 
Island Time 
Lono 
Moon Child 
Old Bones 
Prow Problem 
Purity Control 
Second Coming (aka Revelation?) 
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Epiphany 

Hueco: V5 Font: 6C

   
Type:  Boulder, 10'
Consensus:  Hueco: V5+ Font: 6C+ [details]
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Submitted By: Jay Samuelson on Nov 8, 2007

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BETA PHOTO: Epiphany is the problem in the middle of this phot...

Description 

Start matched on the sloper at about shoulder height. Make a couple of hard moves up to the pockets a few feet above, and you're done.


Location 

This is on the Millenium Boulder's southeast prow.


Protection 

Pad.



Photos of Epiphany Slideshow Add Photo
Going for the pocket.
Going for the pocket.
Starting Epiphany.
Starting Epiphany.
Jason Baker on "Epiphany, V5/6".  Millennium Boulder, Colorado. <br /> <br />Photo by:  Luke Childers.
Jason Baker on "Epiphany, V5/6". Millennium Bould...
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By doug rouse
From: Denver, CO.
Apr 12, 2009

Currently my favorite on Millenium....But again..there are not too many "go's" as the first left hand is quite raspy!

By Jay Samuelson
From: Denver CO
Dec 3, 2009

Fun problem, but frustrating because as Doug pointed out the left hand is not to friendly, giving it only so many burns before your shredded. I actually found this to be the crux at Millenium. Once I had the moves figured out, the skin was gone.

By half-pad-mini-jug
From: crauschville
Jan 30, 2010
rating: V6 7A

There is a fun SDS for this problem that adds a couple moves. Start sitting on a right good crimp and a bad left pocket/crimp, then move to the sloper and climb Epiphany.