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Last year alone, Access Fund preserved access to 179 areas and opened 7 closed climbing areas. Join or give and MP will match!
|Some areas require a guide.|
Start feet first out the large roof on two opposing slopers. Climb out to the fin, match, and pull the lip on small crimps. No real fingery moves on this one, mostly just core strength to stay on the roof and avoid dabbing.
With the right beta this will probably feel pretty easy for the grade, or maybe it is easy for the grade.
From the start of the area head straight back through boulders (south) and arrive at a deep well chalked roof.
Pad, watch the opposing wall at the finish
By Peter Franzen
From: Phoenix, AZ
Mar 6, 2014
It might feel more like V8 if you start with your feet towards the cave. With feet facing out it feels more like a 5 or a 6.