Four Ways to Wave
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Sit start with a left hand beneath the overhang on an undercling and a right hand sidepull on the face. From there, work the good seam left to the arete, then pull onto the slab and finish up the juggy arete.
The problem does not actually climb around the arete, as doing so would likely change the problem's difficulty. Once at the arete, it climbs up the slab. The move onto the slab is likely the problem's crux.
This climbs the East-facing arete of Seed Block.
A few pads and a spot, good landing, there is however a downed-tree behind the problem.
BETA PHOTO: Four Ways to Wave problem beta.
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