Start standing with hands on nice holds and either make one move then dyno to the top, or work the flake up and left to the top for a more difficult but less dynamic option... the top out is easy making this a good one for firs time boulderers...
to the right of Power and grace look for a prominent flake...
Nicole on a warm up run...
Nicole going for the static approach...
Stretched out on Four Hole
From: plymouth, nh
May 2, 2009
Dont get your fingers stuck in the flake...
From: Bozeman, MT
Dec 1, 2013
rating: V1+ 5
This always feels harder than Edges (V2) directly to the right. However, I do opt to start lower on the flake and work up and left. Could be that that ups the difficulty dramatically. It certainly adds some moves. The feet are getting pretty polished on this one...
|By Ian McAfee|
From: Nashua, NH
Apr 21, 2014
The feet are broken/polished but the hands are so good that if you just make a big move to the top (jug) it is easier than edges. Just pick any foot and you're fine (imo).