Start on a good crimp rail midway up the face with feet on a white cheat stone. Crank up from here to obvious holds and decent topout. This apparently can go from a lower start (FA BS/ V9-10), but I'm not sure if it's since broken.
It is on the Mace Boulder, which is the first large boulder directly uphill from Hank's Boulder. This problem is on the small uphill face of the boulder. See the picture.
A pad and a spotter would be good as the landing is sloping and rocky.
|By Brett Billings|
From: Fort Collins, CO
Jul 22, 2013
Guidebook has this as a V3, curious as to other opinions? It felt more like V2 to me, but it could be style/height.