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Super fun traverse with cool movement and foot beta.
Start far left on a jug and traverse the lip with the difficult transition into the beautiful crack. continue to traverse and top out in the notch. I don't know whether or not the ramp below the crack is on but I never use it, just keeps it a little more interesting.
Probably a bit easier than Mack's traverse.
Backside of the great slab boulder.
A moving pad, or just one under the crux but it is a relatively safe landing throughout.
busy day at lincoln woods
running the train on the wave boulder
BETA PHOTO: the top out.
Hannah working on the wave
Hannah on the wave
A strange angle... Credit to Sam Brotherton for the...
another look at a classic
|By john strand|
From: southern colo
Apr 14, 2010
A nice problem. Another one starts as a sit down below the flake V1-ish
|By M Sprague|
From: New England
Jan 21, 2012
FA - Dan Murray, early '70s. The original Wave was just a stand up version of the arching crack. It was then combined with Boyd's Edge Traverse (the start) to make the much better version.