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BETA PHOTO: "Frosted Flakes"
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It's called frosted flakes because all the holds besides the very top are thin and crimpy. Foot placement is crucial and there are only a few hand moves. The crux in my opinion is when you are on 2 foot flakes and a fingertip sideways crimp and you have to dyno to a top jug.
Take a left at the fork in the road (concessions to the left, observation tower to the right) through the woods. There are a few foot paths that run toward some drop-offs and the route is underneath one of these footpaths.
It's a bouldering problem, so a pad?
Apr 19, 2007
Hey, looks like flakes to me.
By Seth Carlson
From: Wausau, Wisconsin
Jun 11, 2007
rating: V1 5
Problem is more like a V1, to many big holds and good feet to be V3.