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Spring Sliding Boulder  

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Submitted By: freezeus on Jul 13, 2011
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50 yards directly behind the Red Eft Boulder. Fun easy and moderate problems. Slide down the backside.

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Behind Red Eft boulder

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Weather station 12.2 miles from here

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Spring Thing V0 4  VT : DEKD boulders in Killington : Spring Sliding Boulder
Center right of the main face of the spring sliding boulder. Start on crack, up to right hand jug on crack then left hand to jug then mantel top out...[more]   Browse More Classics in VT

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By rogerk
Jul 27, 2011
Don't know if anyone has done this yet:

Use starting holds of Wellspring, traverse right to crack of Spring Thing, finish on Spring Thing. V2?
By freezeus
From: Pittsfield, VT
Aug 3, 2011
That would work...fun variation. We haven't gone that direction we've done the opposite starting way around the corner and finishing on Wellspring.
By rogerk
Aug 3, 2011
If mine was the FA, I'd like to name it Unwound, V2(?).

Also forgot to mention I did another variation. Start on the ledge at the arete of Spring Roll, make a big move left to the crack of Spring Thing. Sprung, V1(?)
By freezeus
From: Pittsfield, VT
Aug 4, 2011
Thanks! Email me your name and I'll put you in as the FA for both!
By JohnF--
Oct 23, 2013
There are some pretty fun dynos on this boulder. Starting on the lowest holds of Spring Thing (left hand on the side pull, right hand on the lower of the two v-shaped mini jugs) and using good feet you can just go right up for the top! I'd say it's something like v1. There's another dyno I was trying directly to the left of this, starting on the holds for Centerpiece (I think?). The hands in the seam are good but there aren't any really good feet and it's a farther distance to go. Didn't manage to stick this one, seems like it'd fall in the v4 range.
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