This notorious line has such perfect stone and continuous movement that it's managed to attain classic status despite its diminutive stature. Originally prepared by Mike Call (presuming a more manageable 5.13- grade), he graciously gifted the line to legendary crimp master Boone Speed (hence the name). Established in 1995, this line was one of the earlier 5.14s in America, and was named one of the five best miniature sport routes in America in Matt Samet's "Get Shorty" article for Climbing Magazine. The bouldering difficulty has been estimated to be around V11, and in fact it has been "bouldered" at least twice, though ropes were used to work the line in both cases.
The beautifual, short, leaning wall of gray edges and pockets in the center of the cliffline. You can't miss it.
3 bolts (plus directional) to 2BA. Expect some exciting falls and spicey clips.