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Start in the bottom of the hole on the east side of the boulder, up to the big pocket and over.
This is on the east side of Fromunda Boulder.
Per Elijah Flenner: it starts on the west side of the boulder.
Two crash pads are optimal.
|By Jordan A.|
Mar 10, 2009
A soft V2 from the pocket up. This is way harder starting underneath on an undercling to the good edge and up into traditional finish (V6 is an appropriate grade). The displayed photo is NOT the crux for the six but rather the first move on the two.
Apr 7, 2010
Curious: Does this officially start on the back (West) side undercling or the front (East) side with the blocky-pinch-thing and crimps? Closer to V4 if the latter, but a good deal trickier snaking through the hole from the back....
|By Travis Lee Thompson|
Sep 20, 2010
rating: V2+ 5+ R
Fun warm-up. Curious to see how this could ever be a V6?
|By Elijah Flenner|
Jan 23, 2012
As I understand it, the V6 starts on the "west" side of the boulder and climbs from under the boulder to the topout shown in the picture. Hard in my humble opinion. Have never done it, so will not comment on the true grade.