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Type: Boulder, 10 ft, Grade V
FA: Jay Droeger?
Page Views: 1,958 total, 11/month
Shared By: Zach Roth on Mar 9, 2003
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

On the back side of the Fairview Boulder to the right of the chossy dihedral in the middle of the wall to the right of Parasol. Start on an obvious rail and go up through small crimps and a mono/bidoight pocket, up to a big pocket with a crystal in it and finally grab a gastone and top it out.

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Be careful of down hill landing, not bad but pay attention.

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Zach Roth  
 
There are also two contrived routes that me and my friends did to the right of Plush and left of shag. The first one starts on the same flake as plush but a foot or two to the right. Climb up on crimps and finish jeft hand on the gastone from plush and top out. The second is a foot or so to the right of the last one. Go straight up on wrinkled crimps and mantle on to the top. These routes are somewhat contrived and obviously I don't know how to rate, so I don't know how hard they are. Whatever the case these routes are fun. May 30, 2003
Zach Roth  
 
Y'all Don't crap your pants about the rating. I also think that this problem is harder than V5, but in the new colorado bouldering that is the rating. So get off my back and just climb for the fun of it. For the part about the 7 feet being three stars. Whats the length of the route have to do with how good it is!!!!!!! May 30, 2003
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ac  
this problem has until now been referred to as v7. more sandbagging ... lovely.

as a reference, this problem is harder than any v5 i've ever done anywhere. when the starting flake rips out and it will, this thing will be much harder. 3 stars for a 7 foot tall problem ... ok. May 9, 2003
ac
ac  
this problem has until now been referred to as v7. more sandbagging ... lovely. as a reference, this problem is harder than any v5 i've ever done anywhere. when the starting flake rips out and it will, this thing will be much harder. 3 stars for a 7 foot tall problem??? whatever. May 9, 2003