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South Warmup 

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Submitted By: Chip Phillips on Aug 20, 2002

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Hike into main area of the Lower Satellites by following the signs to the Third Flatiron. When the A-7 Boulder is on your left, the huge rock complex known as the BBC will be on your right.

On the southeast corner of this complex of boulders is an obvious 12 foot high south-facing wall that goes to a ledge. Climb the south face to the top any number of ways (the most obvious are to maybe split it up into left and right variations and eliminate holds). Whatever, they're pretty fun and easy.


maybe a crashpad

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By Aeon Aki
Oct 30, 2006

Climbing the arete on the right seemed a little harder than the face and you can do both as individual problems without sharing any of the holds.
By David Tennant
From: Denver, CO
May 21, 2014
rating: V0 4

Definitely can be done as two different problems, like already stated with arete as the harder of the two.

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