Ape Rage Boulder Rock Climbing
The well know problem French Tits is a rite of passage for any local cutting their teeth for the world beyond. French Toes is the first problem you will see on this boulder as you walk up the trail.
Intension, is the first problem you will see on this boulder as you walk up the trail. Fench Tits/Ape Rage is located on the uphill side. This area also includes a small satellite boulder located just downhill from Intension.
Climbing Season For the Bozoo Bouldering area.
Weather station 7.6 miles from here
4 Total Climbing Routes
['4 Stars',1],['3 Stars',0],['2 Stars',2],['1 Star',1],['Bomb',0]
Classic Climbing Routes in Ape Rage Boulder
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Mountain Project's determination of the classic, most popular, highest rated climbing routes for Ape Rage Boulder:
Featured Route For Ape Rage Boulder
French Tits V5-6 6C+ WV
: ... : Ape Rage Boulder
Stand start in the center of the face on two edges left foot on the spike reach up and left to a delicate sloper with a dimple, big move out right to the arete (Ape Rage), work up to a good pinch crux move to seam at apex of boulder (Ape Range). Micro-crimp on face for short man beta.Name beta. Legend has it that Jeremy did not have a name for the problem. While discussing the days sends over beers Kane and Co were trying to describe the problem. Something to the order of "you know that prob...[more] Browse More Classics in WV
By shawn mccauley
Jan 22, 2013
i put up 2 problems to the left of French Toes in 1999/2000. one was a one move dyno to the top above the ramp lip and the other was the same start but moved right to a cool sharp sidepull hold and topped out.
Left one was called Pocket Rocket and the right one was called The Trundle because I pulled off a big block topping out. it's probably still on the ground nearby.
By Jay Shultis
From: Blacksburg VA
Jan 25, 2013
These are covered by a fallen tree now if I remember correctly. Both are easier than French Toes if I remember correctly? Any grades for these?