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BETA PHOTO: Epiphany is the problem in the middle of this phot...
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.
This is on the Millenium Boulder's southeast prow.
Going for the pocket.
Jason Baker on "Epiphany, V5/6". Millennium Bould...
|By doug rouse|
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.
Jan 30, 2010
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.