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Sloping, poor locks/crimps lead up the crack, on poor feet, to a powerful undercling move. Stand up to the lip. Celebration time!
See the first boulder ascent (probably):
The left-angling crack immediately left from the "cove" in the middle of the wall.
9 1/2 pads were used on the first boulder ascent. Top-rope rehearsed.
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|By randy baum|
From: Minneapolis, MN
Sep 29, 2013
Nic O did the second boulder ascent of this line today (9/29/13). Cool grips and sequences on this rig. Should see more ascents!