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Red 1 V1 5
red 10 V3 6A
red 11 V1 5
red 12 V2 5+
red 13 V2- 5+
red 14 V2 5+
red 15 V2 5+
red 16 V2 5+
red 17 V2 5+
red 18 V2 5+
red 19 V2 5+
red 2 V1 5
red 20 V2 5+
red 21 V1 5
red 22 V1 5
red 23 V1 5
red 24 V1 5
red 25 V1 5
red 26 V1 5
red 27 V1 5
red 28 V3 6A
red 29 V2 5+
red 3 V1 5
red 30 V2 5+
red 31 V2 5+
red 32 V2 5+
red 33 V3 6A
red 34 V0+ 4+
red 35 V0+ 4+
red 36 V1 5
red 37 V2 5+
red 38 V3 6A
red 39 V2 5+
red 4 V1 5
red 40 V2 5+
red 41 V2 5+
red 42 V2 5+
red 43 V0+ 4+
red 44 V2 5+
red 45 V1 5
red 46 V2 5+
red 47 V2 5+
red 48 V0+ 4+
red 49 V2 5+
red 5 V1 5
red 50 V3 6A
red 6 V1 5
red 7 V1 5
red 8 V1 5
red 9 V1 5

Description

A good introduction to red circuits as this one of the easier circuits at that level. The quality of the boulders is very high, more often than not I found the individual problems unique and memorable, and some that proved to be quite a challenge(for me). this is a fairly long circuit of 60 problems with grades ranging from v0-v4,quite a few highballs. I did this circuit alone with a tri-fold, in a handful of instances I would have greatly appreciated a spotter and or a second pad, that said if you are competent at the grade you'd probably be fine doing it solo

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