4 Loko (V5)

Up on a small plateau, slightly pulled back from the rest of the boulders, sits a small outcropping of rock, the 4 Loko boulder being its most prominent piece. The problem starts to the right of the horizontal crack and traverses left to an incut finger jug/crimp. Set up with a high right toe and maybe an undercling for the right hand in the crack, then do a huge deadpoint to a good sidepull. Bad crimps can be used as intermediates. Step through, and begin upward on deep, sharp pockets that lead you directly up the boulder's face to an easy top out.

FA: Matt Lutey / ★★☆☆