|Birthday Rocks Boulders
Starting with a jug a chest level on the left arete, climb rightwards through the face on seams and crimps to a not so bad top out. Get on this thing, it's a fun hard problem.
From the south shore beach, walk along the train tracks north. Near the middle of the lake there is fencing below a talus field. Look up, and The Fukness is on the Heartbreak Boulder, facing you, 40 or fifty feet up in the talus.
I used 3 big pads and a small. The landing is quite jumbled.
Ian on the first move.
Looking at the lake from The Fukness
Making the big move to the good edge.
This shows the steepness of the wall.
The Fukness starts on the left arete on a jug, and...
Looking up at The Fukness from the train tracks
From: Madison, WI
Nov 19, 2013
Nice work Ian! Chris is going to move my pics over when he can.
|By Rock Warrior Films|
Nov 19, 2013
Thanks Remo. Yeah people should try this. The landing is reminiscent of the Fat Racoon Boulder, and it's as good. I think there's several ways to do it too.
|By Steve Sangdahl|
From: eldo sprngs,co
Nov 22, 2013
Now that is a club approved name if it ever there was one! Nice! Psyched to see you guys uncovering so many great boulder problems over the last few years. It's like the golden age of bouldering at DL. Peace and fuk-nes. SteveS.