Taylor fires Jugarete Left.
This arete is actually fairly devoid of jugs and is named after Juggaurnaut, the classic overhanging, very obtuse dihedral finger crack visible in the shadow of the tree to the climbers left. This problem is a bit harder and almost as classic. The photo was taken at the annual Governor Stable bouldering comp held every spring in Pennsylvania. This problem was proving very elusive to the competitors until the sequence was unlocked. Then a sending spree erupted. Here's Tayolr Lamaraeux joing in. SMILE!
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