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Routes in Terrain Boulders

All About Bob V2 5+
Antithesis of Bob, The V0 4
Bob's Crack V1+ 5
Dr. Funkenstein V2 5+
Eara Fuchin' Schmuckin' V3 6A
For Her Pleasure V4 6B
Funk Soul Roof V3+ 6A+
Funk Soul Roof (Stand Start) V1 5
GFP V1 5
It Satisfies V5 6C PG13
Kleine Schlampe V3 6A
Madam Assey V0 4
Parasol V5 6C
Plush V5 6C
Schnitzel Bock V2 5+
Shag V3 6A
Snuff V1 5
Spewbacca V4 6B
Tall Boy V3- 6A
Tower of Power V9 7C
What About Bob? V5 6C R
Type: Boulder, 20 ft
FA: Bob Horan?
Page Views: 343 total, 2/month
Shared By: Joe Collins on May 13, 2004
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Description

This has to be among the best mid-grade boulder problems in the Front Range. Located on the Bob Boulder, follow the normal approach to the Terrain boulders, but head slightly downhill to the south just before the Fairview Boulder. The boulder is hidden from view until you're just above it.

This is the intimidating but stunning line on the east face. Beginning from a well chalked jug, make strenuous moves up to the obvious hueco. Traverse right to a rail and then fire straight up the seemingly blank section past hard to find crimps to the top. With the bouders at the base and the sloping hillside landing, this section feels pretty up-there.

(FWIW, I've seen this listed in various places as V5, but I've since seen this in CO Bouldering 2 as V4.)

Protection

Sort of highball, so several pads and spotters would be nice.

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