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The Budda Boulder 

Hueco: V10-11 Font: 8A

   
Type:  Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V10-11 Font: 8A [details]
FA: none yet
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Submitted By: Lynnatron on Jun 2, 2009

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climbable Buddha Boulder

Description 

This boulder has a couple possible lines. One starting underneath & moving left over a glued hold. One moving right & up onto the overhanging arete. The arete alone was supposedly climbed by Matt Tschol. The slab to the right of the main over hanging face was first climbed by Kris Johnson.


Location 

between the main area w/ Jaws & Amateur & the Slab area


Protection 

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This is the slab on the right side of the Buddha Boulder.  Kris Johnson was the first to climb the slab problem starting from the obvious hold in the center & using a twisted hand-foot match move to the good hold on top.
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By nicros fivten
Jun 3, 2009

the arete has b=never been climbed, starting on the lowest triangle hold climbing into the slab has ben done. nothing else.. I say we call it t-shake shuffle.

By nicros fivten
Jun 4, 2009

there are 2 projects on this bolder,

1. sit start with one hand in lowest left hand hold (a crack it I remember correctly) and right hand on lowest triangle. make a huge move to hold on the face and then another huge move up and left... not sure if it possible but it is something worth trying.

2. (the gem) move from lowest triangle hold out to arete then instead of pulling corner continue out left hand arete.

-the stand has not yet been finished so is also a project

3. 2nd ascent of T-shake's sit into the slab I will add it today.