"From an obvious sitter make desperate moves up the underside of the slab using gastons to gain good undercuts, then boldly finish using the obvious edges and flakes out left (hence the name) and top out. Bring mats and a spotter. The stand up from the undercuts is still quite a proposition. Mind yer back!" Taken from www.esotericbouldering.com

James Squire 20/Apr/2011

Beastly Squirrel 20/Apr/11 Sent x

Last section on crimps and flakes above unercuts is harder and scarier with really bad landing...falling off really isn't an option!

with First Ascent
High f7C
Mid f7C
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High f7B+
Mid f7B+
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High f7B
Mid f7B
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