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Dec 16, 2010
v7 or under. Go. steven charles
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Bouldering at Red Rocks is like jerking off in a whore house... Eddie Brown
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Dec 21, 2011
The pearl is a good one, v5 is the rating in the book.
Alexisizer is a fun little problem as well, v6 traverse
vino rojo v6 haven't jumped on it but i've heard good things
jenna jewelry v4 dyno
dusty coffee v4/5 dyno
jones'n v4 weird mantle
Scott Grover
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Apr 30, 2012
I've never climbed it, but that one called Angel's Dyno, (i think V7) in the video Western Gold looks ridiculous cool (its in the trailer too, dude climbing it in a purple shirt:
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Eddie Brown wrote:
Bouldering at Red Rocks is like jerking off in a whore house...


"masturbating in a whorehouse" would be my 1st boulder problem name if I ever bouldered and did FAs.
Matt N
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There's a stupendous V2 highball up in Black Velvet that makes it onto my top 10 list. Peter Franzen
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May 1, 2012
cool - thanks! Is black velvet difficult to get to? i've heard and area called Kraft is the most common area to boulder?

I did some digging and found some guidebooks online that will probably help me out as well - does anyone have an idea of which is the best?
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