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Pushing Hands - V4

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As you're looking at the beginning of the Fannyscraper Traverse Pushing hands is around to the right. It begins as a sit start with the right hand on a low edge and left on a higher edge. Left foot is on a sloper and the right is on an edge two inches off the ground. Pull on and reach the left hand up to a vertical pinch. Pull up and reach your left hand up to some indistinct dimples at the top of the boulder. Move your left foot onto an edge just above the right foot. Move your hands to the right onto an edge feature on the vertical portion of the boulder. Drop your right foot onto a hidden little dish over to the right. Match the left hand to where the right is and hold on. stabilize the feet low down on some indistinct features. Move right foot over to the right and then bring your left foot up to a small edge feature. reach up to a dimple with your left. Then find a small edge with the right and pull/mantle up onto the sloping top. This is a really fun problem that emphasizes balance and technique over strength.

Submitted by: dawei on 2012-07-23
Last Modified: 2012-07-24
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Route ID: 111973