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  • A high step up, or a run and jump, will get you established. After that you can flail your arms, or wiggle your butt...just don't touch nuttin! No hands, no wrist, no elbows, no knees....feet only!!
  • Sit start: climb from lower-left to upper-right on slopers. A super problem. Your interest will be captured the whole way.
  • Sit Start: Powerful
  • Playful for the feet and the balance. No need to continue over the cap-stone, may be easily escaped to the left just under it.
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  • Sit start: climb from lower-left to upper-right on slopers. A super problem. Your interest will be captured the whole way.
  • Sit Start: Powerful
  • Playful for the feet and the balance. No need to continue over the cap-stone, may be easily escaped to the left just under it.
  • Sit Start: A rising traverse. Bottom-left to top-right. Continuing over the Cap-stone is optional, easily escaped right at the decision point. Be very distrustful of foot holds made of the yellow flow-stone (the scutter butter), they are not all weight bearing.
  • The story of the first ascent here: http://climbit.ie/2016/02/15/doolin-bouldering/
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  • Sit start: climb from lower-left to upper-right on slopers. A super problem. Your interest will be captured the whole way.
  • Sit Start onto a chin high rain and traverse left out under the overhang. Grunt your way up and around to a graceless bellyflop on top of the boulder.
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