Type: Boulder
FA: Dobbe, Remo
Page Views: 155 total · 1/month
Shared By: Remo on Jul 29, 2007
Admins: Doug Hemken, James Schroeder, chris tregge

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Start low on good right hand side pull and left hand on corner. Work your way up slaping the left corner and top out. Powerfull!


Located on far side of boulders. Bloody Ankles is a cool steep problem with bad feet but good starting holds.
It's the first of the small pictures on the main home page.




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Added a sit start to this Bloody Ankles this morning. Hacked up my thumb doing it (not my ankles though). Calling it Chippewa Blood, V5. It could be harder or easier... not sure about the grading but it was definitely harder than the regular Bloody Ankles V4-5... The majority of my climbing has been in Australia and that would probably only be a V3 there but maybe the Aussie bouldering grading is a bit off. Sep 8, 2012