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Start on wavy rail at the left end of the right face. Traverse right on crimps then move off the gaston to a decent edge. top out on good holds.
first problem on the right face
Pads and a spotter
The unique cross under.
Hitting the gaston, perfectly sculpted for 2 finge...
The crux move with the high left foot.
BETA PHOTO: Pete's Problem. Start matched on the wavy crimp ra...
|Comments on Pete's Problem
|By S. Neoh|
Jul 7, 2010
Named for my friend Peter M, who did not snag the FA!
My first V5 BITD, so I am quite attached to this problem.
2.5 stars, better than 2 stars.
|By Andrew Sornborger|
Jul 19, 2011
I did the FA on this one. I felt a bit bad because Pete had singled it out as a good route. Whitey, Pete and a bunch of people were working on the problem one day and I joined them. I sent it after a try or two.
|By M Sprague|
From: New England
Feb 12, 2012
You always 'stole' our projects, Andrew. I bet it didn't feel too bad :)
|By Mike R.|
Aug 4, 2013
I broke the gaston hold off of this problem this morning topping out the V1 of all things with my foot on it. Definitely will still go but with some beta change, i think now hitting the small crimp up and left with your left hand instead of going to the gaston that is gone then going right to the v notch jug it definitely goes. maybe a small bit harder but i would hesitate to change the grade.
|By Joe M.|
Aug 5, 2013
rating: V5 6c
Fat rocket FTW!!! Photos of the damage will be posted shortly...
|By Dana Seaton|
Aug 5, 2013
this is more of a bummer for the natural arete problem, which was very classic pure line. petes traverse is a many times broken eliminate "classic" from yesteryear. the jug starthold is on my bookcase, and i have broken feet on it three separate times.