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Location: NV : Red Rock : Sandstone Quarry : Front Corridor : Monster Skank (5.13b)
By: Hoboken When: Mar 29, 2014

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Comments: World fucking class. Stout rig


Location: CO : Gunnison : Photo
By: Hoboken When: Jan 18, 2014

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Comments: Just saying I would never do that to my dog. I'm slightly appalled by this story partly, because I know Tom and mostly because I could never picture leaving my dog in a sketch situation assuming she will find her way down. How is this any different from leaving a friend? Bad form, Tom.


Location: CO : Canon City : Shelf Road : Spiney Ridge : De Gaulle Syndrome (5.12a/b)
By: Hoboken When: Jan 12, 2014

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Comments: Climbed this route today. Also did it before the hold broke. It didn't feel any harder than before. Similar burly ass crux down low. Honestly I have never climbed a worse route at Shelf. I'd provide the recommendation to stay away and climb something better.


Location: CO : Canon City : Shelf Road : The Gym : Ejection Generation (5.12c)
By: Hoboken When: Jan 12, 2014

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Comments: So I noticed that there were no comments regarding the status of this route and figured I'd provide my spiel. Anyway, I climbed ejection seat and was of course blown away as many others have been. However, during my time spent on eject generation, I was left speechless in any attempts to relay to others the dreamy quality of the route but more importantly the stone. I'll put it this way, I have climbed many, many .12s at Shelf. After having touched the stone on this route, I am uncertain as to ... more >>


Location: CO : Rifle : Rifle Mountain Park : The Winchester Cave : Kill For a Thrill (5.13a)
By: Hoboken When: Dec 24, 2013

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Comments: Fuckin' awesome. Do this route.


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Dynamite Shacks : The Ridge : Delusions of Grandeur (V6)
By: Hoboken When: Dec 24, 2013

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Comments: Yeah, I agree, sketch up there.


Location: CO : Gunnison : Hartman Rocks : Bouldering Areas : Bambi's Trail Area : ... : The Crimp-tastic Voyage (V5)
By: Hoboken When: Dec 24, 2013

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Comments: This is actually quite fun although loose.


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Riggs' Hill : Riggs' Hill Central : Peregrinus (V8)
By: Hoboken When: Dec 23, 2013

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Comments: Spent more than a few days sampling the bouldering in Unaweep and in Gand Junction. I've been blown away by some of the amazing secluded lines in Nine Mile and walked away impressed with the line quality of the Dynamite Shacks. With that, I have to say that Riggs' Hill was more than disappointing. The Peregrinus is a no star route, it's that simple. I too have an opportunistic bouldering zone in my hometown, so I understand.


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Unaweep Canyon : Nine Mile Hill : Late Bloomer Boulder Area : Rib Cage? (V9)
By: Hoboken When: Nov 28, 2013

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Comments: Here here, Hoez. I have never seen such excessive/needless use of epoxy and manufacturing of holds. I understand that it's a cool boulder. It's just saddening to see this crap happening.


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Unaweep Canyon : Nine Mile Hill : Late Bloomer Boulder Area : Minnesotan Drift Wood (V11)
By: Hoboken When: Nov 28, 2013

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Comments: This prob threw me a bit. Firstly it wasn't so clean, lots of lichen on the crimps above the jugs which made the line hard to spot. Guess that stuff grows quick out here. Anyway it was quite fun and challenging. My only recommendation would be to straighten out that landing a bit and clean her up real good (the upper half while easy needs some serious love). If I had more time here, I'd gladly do this as the line deserves to be noticed. Nice one, Hoez.


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Unaweep Canyon : Nine Mile Hill : Late Bloomer Boulder Area : Francesca (V5-6)
By: Hoboken When: Nov 28, 2013

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Comments: This problem is fucking fun! Do it, I promise you will enjoy. Thanks, Hoez.


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Bullet Hole Boulder Area : Overhang Boulder : V8 Traverse (V8+)
By: Hoboken When: Nov 28, 2013

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Comments: Pumpy rig for sure. Jug hauling till you hit the crimp move around the corner then straight back to the jug haulin'. Good stuff.


Location: CO : Crested Butte : Skyland Boulders : Supernatural Boulder : Aku Aku (V9)
By: Hoboken When: Oct 6, 2013

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Comments: This line is def good for the grade of V10 in my book.


Location: CO : Crested Butte : Skyland Boulders : The Joint Boulder : Overhang Project (V10+)
By: Hoboken When: Apr 25, 2013

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Comments: Cool to put the project up. It's a worthy one. Not sure why it got a grade. It hasn't been sent yet.


Location: CO : Golden : Clear Creek Canyon : Bouldering (mile marker 268... : Illness Boulders : Bacterial (V5)
By: Hoboken When: Jan 29, 2013

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Comments: I did this line by taking the first jug and traving left to the chalked up crimps and left once more to the next set of crimps. From here, go slightly left to the top out. At first glance, the problem seems like a contrived mess. However, in climbing the problem, the moves flow quite well. I'd say hard V5 for that variation or whatever you want to call it.


Location: CO : Golden : Clear Creek Canyon : Bouldering (mile marker 268... : Mavericks Boulder : Mavericks (V5)
By: Hoboken When: Jan 29, 2013

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Comments: Simply fuckin' amazing!!


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Dynamite Shacks : The Ridge : Vodka Arete-Left (V5)
By: Hoboken When: Jan 17, 2013

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Comments: The holds on this arete are face melters! Amazingly texturized slopers! V5+ for sure, so much fun I had to climb it many times.


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Dynamite Shacks : Hobo Castle Area : Lancer Boulder : Woman King (V8)
By: Hoboken When: Jan 17, 2013

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Comments: Good boulder problem. Harder at the start. It's always in the shade right now making it a rough line to work. Lots of different ways to send, height will come into play. I found this line to be V6-7 at most. Good work to the climbers in GJ!


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Dynamite Shacks : The Ridge : Medusa's Knees (V7)
By: Hoboken When: Jan 17, 2013

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Comments: Badass boulder problem! Honestly I would consider this line to be more "pure" than Woman King. The top out is by far the icing on the cake. I would suggest V6 for the grade though.


Location: CO : Gunnison : Taylor Canyon : Taylor Canyon Bouldering : Second Buttress Cluster : ... : Snug Slot - Sit Start (V6-7)
By: Hoboken When: Jan 17, 2013

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Comments: This problem is amazing! Good fun all around. I would deny the current grade though. It's clear that it's a V6 at most.


Location: UT : Joe's Valley
By: Hoboken When: Nov 20, 2011

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Comments: Hey does anyone know how the temps are late December? is it possible to climb and camp during that time?


Location: CO : Grand Junction area : Unaweep Canyon : Nine Mile Hill : Chinese Algebra Area : ... : Photo
By: Hoboken When: Nov 20, 2011

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Comments: The problems on this side of the boulder are much better and taller than the Chinese Algebra problems.


Location: CO : Carbondale Area : Coal Creek Boulders
By: Hoboken When: Jul 31, 2011

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Comments: Um, not to be rude, but do you have any more actual info on the bouldering to post for this area. It would be welcome due to the fact that so little info exists. This place seems to be quality.


Location: CO : Crested Butte : Skyland Boulders : Battleship Boulder : Le Cote Sombre (V6-7)
By: Hoboken When: Jun 1, 2011

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Comments: Skyland has been in the eyes of local climbers for years and years, and more recently more people have had their eye on it as well. Climbing has occurred on these boulders for at least 20 or so years, before the crash pad was invented even. So, in all likelihood, your route has been climbed long ago. Chalk dissipates from holds quickly, and the growth rate of moss and lichen in the area is astounding. I was pawing around on this problem two days ago and the shit had already returned. Locals have... more >>


Location: CO : Crested Butte : Skyland Boulders : Battleship Boulder : Tropic of Cancer (V8)
By: Hoboken When: Jun 1, 2011

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Comments: This route may not get climbed as much as its partner to the right (Dirty Business), and that could be largely due to the fact that the current rating V8 is in my personal opinion way off. Those crimps are small make no doubt about that, and the top of the line gets even thinner. I have never come across a V8 this stout, and for that reason I have to say it's a solid V9. Moreover this route is bad ass, people!


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