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This problem involves very intricate technical slab work, get the sequence right or flounder. I suggest if you want to climb this try when it's cold and your fresh and feeling strong perhaps. I have done it a handful of times one day 3 times in a row. I have been shut down far more often however, I was shut down the last 3 times I have gone to the slab. What is this thing really rated?
The north facing side that is a super smooth slab with virtually only 1 decent hold minus the 3-4 micro features.
In action on one of the sends.
It's not quite over yet.
There is a little more from here and as you can se...
|By Jason Kaplan|
From: Glenwood ,Co
Sep 22, 2008
Anyone else ever been up this one? How hard is it?
|By Luke Childers|
Jan 3, 2009
rating: V4-5 6B+
Yeah, the route you are showing was done by Jim Hausmann around 1999. It was called Slim Jim and we felt it went at about V3-V4. We did three other problems on that boulder the same day. There is an overhanging section that faces the trail that I did. Starting from S.D.S. you slap your way up and right until you are on the top. It was a nice slap fest at about V5 and I call that MR. Slim. Nice little boulder. We did loads more in that same area that are quite good.
|By justin hausmann|
Jun 12, 2009
You can also do a crimp mantle on the thumbs and reach straight up to a small horn. Long move, five stars