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The Game 

Hueco: V16 Font: 8C+

   
Type: Boulder
Consensus:  Hueco: V16 Font: 8C+ [details]
FA: Daniel Woods
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Submitted By: jackies on Nov 28, 2010
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Daniel Woods crankin' in The Game.

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In February of 2010, Daniel Woods finally finished off a climb long known as the Boulder Canyon project. He called it The Game and gave it the grade of V16 - the first in America. Cedar Wright made a film of his attempts and send, and it can be seen at this year's Reel Rock Film Tour, and a preview is here:

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Location 

This is the obvious, huge prow sticking out from the talus just downstream of Cob Rock.


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By Nam Phan
Sep 12, 2011

Downgraded to V15 after the second ascent. From Woods' 8a scorecard: "after returning back and using the new method, The Game felt to be more like a soft V15 than 16. A couple of the holds have seemed to of grown in size from brushing. This new method is different from what I did, so therefore it is a different boulder problem. Before, I could not use these holds since they were not as positive as they are now. Regardless, it is still an amazing boulder."