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The centerpiece of Mt Evans bouldering, The Dali Boulder offers an astounding concentration of inspiring boulder problems. Pebble wrestlers from around the globe flock to this block to tangle with renowned test-pieces such as Dali (V6/9), No More Greener Grasses (V12), Clear Blue Skies (V12) and one of Colorado’s hardest problems, Ode to the Modern Man (V14). The rock is excellent quartzite, streaked with a rainbow of subtle hues. Though you will find the occasional knob, flake, or sloper, the south face is peppered with crisp edges, and as such, most of the harder problems favor crimp masters.
Continue along the trail past Seurat, traversing the base of the hill side for another 50 yards or so. Eventually the trail will turn sharply to the left, heading steeply uphill through the trees. After a short time the trail ends at the west shoulder of the Dali Boulder, on the edge of the talus.
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Mountain Project's determination of some of the classic, most popular, highest rated routes for The Dali Area:
Nemesis V1 5 Boulder, Alpine, 12'
Lama V1 5 Boulder, Alpine
Little Something for the Effort (Name Unknown) V2 5+ Boulder, Alpine, 10'
Puddle Jumper V2 5+ Boulder, Alpine
The Dali Stand Start V6 7A Boulder, Alpine, 10'
Pat's Arete V7 7A+ PG13 Boulder, Alpine, 15'
The Dali Sit Down Start V9 7C Boulder, Alpine, 15'
Mirror Mask V10-11 8A Boulder, Alpine, 15'
No More Greener Grasses V12 8A+ Boulder, Alpine
Big Worm V14 8B+ Boulder, Alpine, 15'
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The Dali Stand Start V6 7A CO : Alpine Rock : ... : The Dali Area
The Dali Stand Start offers an opportunity for mere mortals to sample this excellent problem without the need to haul 18” biceps up the grueling approach. Although it skips most of the best moves on the route, this is still a worthwhile endeavor, and a must-do if you’re in the area and boulder at the grade.Begin with right hand on a 1” deep sloper ~6’ off the deck, and left hand on a 1-pad deep, 3-pad wide incut crimp that sits atop a 1” deep diagonaling edge. Paste your feet on, make sure you...[more] Browse More Classics in CO
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