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Routes in The Gill Boulder

606 V10 7C+
Baldwin Face V5-6 6C+ PG13
East Face V3 6A
Gill Face V2 5+ PG13
Grinch, The V10-11 8A
Horan Face V5-6 6C+
North Dihedral V1 5
North Face Dyno V3-4 6A+ PG13
North Face Mantel V2 5+
North Reach V1 5
Northeast Corner V0 4
SDS to Northeast Reach (submitted as The Blunt Arete) V3+ 6A+
South Face V4 6B
Southeast Slab V0-1 4+
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FA: John Gill?
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Shared By: Aeon Aki on Jul 11, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Access Issue: Seasonal Closures Details


Using the arete, climb the southeast slab with decent feet and nothing for hands. Very stiff V0.


Crashpad to cover the small rock.


Doug Lintz
Kearney, NE
Doug Lintz   Kearney, NE
I've always thought of the SE slab as being a little bit left of the line in the photo. Regardless that is indeed a very stiff V0. Jul 16, 2007
Aeon Aki

Aeon Aki    
Indeed, it is possible to climb on the other side of the corner and perhaps directly up the blunt arete as well. Benningfield describes the Southeast Slab as "a small slab four feet wide on the southeast corner". The line I featured in the photo seemed most obvious to me but try them all. Apr 29, 2008

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