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The earth rolls on the grand axis,... and ol' S...
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...