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Tall and proud, this line has a little bit of everything. Start with easy enough moves utilizing the arete to gain a high crimp, then bust out the crux toward a flat lip. Don't look down.
Right side of the tree that splits the Herr problems
A couple pads. It's pretty high
By skinny legs and all
From: Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania
Jan 4, 2014
This problem was probably V6 before the main left sidepull on the face was broken off purposely "for safety" around 2002 or so. It used to be a pad deep but it was hollow and a tad rickety. I would have left it alone if it was up to me. I had been attempting it in its original first ascent state around that time. When the popularity of the area increased in 2004 and 2005, it would certainly have broken eventually. This climb sees a lot of attempts, to say the least. To attest to the current difficulty, I watched Paul Robinson fall off this a few times before sticking the lip, and he has bouldered V15!