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|Type: ||TR, Boulder, 1 pitch, 22'|
|Consensus: || Hueco: V5 Font: 6C [details]|
|FA: ||íTeam Way Awesome!|
|New Route: ||Yes|
|Season: ||all but winter|
|Submitted By: ||Pinklebear on Sep 6, 2010|
It might not be big, but it's still way kr33m33......
This is a nice little toprope in the woods on the north-facing spire/boulder tucked into the gully below the west face of the Slab, more or less due west of the existing boulder problem Junior N1bl1tz. It climbs an overhanging face with scoops and flakes on the high part of the boulder, just right of an older, semi-highball V1 on nice orange rock. Get your crimp on and be ready to make big moves to mini-kr33m3rz.
No doubt you could do this now as a highball (since I brushed the holds), with big old pads, but the crux is high with big lunge-type moves going for the lip, so you'd really break your ass if you fell.
Below the west face of the slab, in the gully about halfway between Whipping Post and Undertow.
Static line to tie off trees. Rope protectors for the lip/edge (sharp!). Short TR line.