Comments: This makes a lot of sense now. I did this boulder for the first time yesterday, and the last crimp felt real bad to me. My buddy who has done it in the past mentioned that crimps up top were good. I thought I was going crazy, lol. I think it feels solid for V6, IMO. The feet are still pretty good which makes dealing with the small final crimp reasonable.
Comments: Tried this again today and still agree with Peter. This is sandbag at V9. Besides the crimps being terrible, the problem is quite awkward. I would say it's V10. I'm hoping to finish it off soon.
Comments: Love this problem. It felt hard for me, and it's very much my style. The hardest part was the dyno. I could never do it from the start. Anyway, I finally got lucky and sent it. Just take a deep breath before the dyno, and it will go.
Comments: I started on the slopey rail with a heel hook to the left. Moved right hand up to a crimp and walked my feet back under me. Made a left hand move to a slopey edge/pinch (crux). Then got right heel hook and came in left hand to an okay edge compression. Finally bumped left hand to a good hold on The Kind and continued up the line.
Comments: Did the problem today with the break finishing on Skunk Rub. It makes it much easier and more fun. The right hand hold is a lot bigger which makes the first move easier. I think with the break it makes the problem fall in the V6 range.
Comments: I sent this one today!! It was my second day on it, and it was an awesome boulder problem. I felt like it was more in the V9 range though. I have never sent a V9 or V10 to be honest prior to this, which is why Im leaning towards V9, since it only took 2 days of work. I would love to take V10 on it, but it just wouldn't feel right for me personally. I have been trying 606 on the Gill Boulder for 7 days now, and that feels a step above this for sure. I have also tried Whispers of Wisdom, and this ... more >>