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Start in overhanging huecoish terrain to gain small crimps at the bottom of the dike. Pull a straightforward but powerful, reachy sequence on tweaky edges with little to no feet. Once your feet are established on the dike, the difficulty eases.
Favors tall climbers. At 5'9" I was campusing between edges through the crux.
The completely obvious orange dike.
|Comments on Orange Julius
|By JJ Schlick|
From: Flagstaff, AZ
Jan 24, 2013
We used to match hands on the dike (literally crimping your own fingers), then a good dyno. Always loved this problem. Cosgrove used to call it V4...
|By Russ Walling|
Aug 27, 2013
rating: V5 6c
Way back this thing was grabby and had real good holds on it... grainy even. It used to get done pretty regular as part of the gang bouldering circuit. Must be way harder now at V7 or whatever.