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Interesting climbing on fun pockets defines this short problem. Start low and right in the cave on a good jug. Post feet and bust left to a good 3-finger pocket (crux). Cross or bump through to another 3-finger, then move up to an excellent pinch between two more pockets. From here, follow a good slopey rail to its end, and step off onto the boulder behind you. Warning: the problem is a bit contrived. There is a fantastic jug out left of the pockets, and the step-off is less than smooth. Fun nonetheless, if only for the first four moves.
In the Cadillac Thrills area, to the left of Red Arrow in a small slot/cave that leads through to the Cave Traverse. Prominent short, pocketed face that begs to be climbed.
Several pads, as a fall could send you crashing against the boulder behind the climb