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|Submitted By: ||Matt Fowls on Jan 5, 2010|
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begin with a left crimp and a small, sharp right undercling. shoulder into a slopey undercling-pinch, and get set up to go to one of the three block features high off of the ground.
no idea about the grade.
left arete on the overhanging and bulgy face seen when walking up the canyon from the road. the slab climbs are past this face, and around the corner.
pads + spot
|By Joe Kreidel|
From: Tucson, AZ
Jan 5, 2010
You can also try this as a jump start. Stand on the boulder below, grab the left hand sidepull, and jump up to the good holds. Topping out is still pretty hard and committing. The sit start to this will be a burly problem - go get it Matt.
|By Matt Fowls|
From: Tucson, Arizona
Jan 16, 2011
a jumpstart sounds cool!
I think that Aaron Mike did a version of the non-jump start that begins above the horizontal left hand edge on the large sloping undercling-pinch. However, i forget what he named it, and what grade he proposed. A very committing and awesome send!