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Bowling Ball V4 6B
Buoux Arete V4 6B
Buoux Crack V1 5 R
Buoux Dihedral V2 5+ R
Buoux OW TR 5.9 5c 17 VI 17 HVS 5a V0 4
Buoux Problem V3 6A
Buoux Problem (Sit) V7- 7A+
Gutter Ball V3 6A
Speed V3 6A R
Thin Ice V0 4 R
Tradesque V4 6B R
Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: veritus on Jan 3, 2007
Admins: Aeon Aki, Andrew Gram, Perin Blanchard, grk10vq

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Crux is the first two moves.


Garrett C
Garrett C   SL,UT
Hands down, this is my favorite v4 in Joes. Its worth a lap every time I go to Joes. Oct 29, 2017
So freaken good!!! Maybe my fav of the trip this one! Way cool! Nov 3, 2012
Emerson Takahashi
Casper, WY
Emerson Takahashi   Casper, WY
agreed that the crux is actually when you're trying to find the best way to the lip from the sloper.
Tricky and fun!

starting holds aren't as bad as I expected Sep 11, 2012
Rachel Paietta
Flagstaff, AZ
Rachel Paietta   Flagstaff, AZ
I back flopped on my first attempt and was really glad we had a pad set back on the rock sticking out of the ground away from the boulder, but still under the problem. Just a helpful hint for pad placement if you bring an extra :) Apr 1, 2012
Tyler McBabe
SpanishFork, UT
Tyler McBabe   SpanishFork, UT
This was a classic route! I found the crux is when you're hands are on the sloper rails and you're trying to find tge right feet for your body type. LOVE IT! Mar 18, 2012
Aeon Aki    
This problem is actually on a separate boulder below the Buoux Boulder. Walk downhill and slightly right from Speed to locate it. Begin with your left hand in the three obvious monos and your right on the thin edge then go straight up. Classic! Mar 29, 2007