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This awesome singular prow problem on perfect rock is a 3 move wonder in between easier sections, but man, those are 3 killer moves.
Teasingly easy entry moves lead to two height-dependent crux sequences. For most taller people like myself, its a wild lean out right with the right hand to a sloper-type thingy utilizing a left heel hook. A left hand power up to a bulbous crimp sets you up for the big, flying move to a killer jug! Match and crank off a few knobs and small but positive plates up off the deck, to the blunt top out.
Other people may have to match hands on the bulbous crimp (YIKES!!) and continue.
IMO this is a height-dependent rating...
This boulder problem is sooo good, it got me psyched to get my pads out of storage!!
crash pads and spotters till you get it wired
This is definitely height dependent and is more li...
Wills on Saigon
Aaron Brillhart on Saigon
|By Adam Winters|
From: the Shire
Mar 3, 2008
I agree that this rating is height-dependent. matching on that sloping bulb/crimp is heinous... don't fall off the top
|By Peter Franzen|
From: Phoenix, AZ
Mar 31, 2008
That jug is sharp as hell.
The topout is a lot of fun too-- the holds are good, but you do gain some altitude up there.
|By Tim Steele|
From: Bishop, CA.
Feb 8, 2011
FA was Tommy Klinefelter