Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Bagdonas
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Shared By: Davin Bagdonas on Aug 16, 2007
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Access Issue: Dirt roads reopened as of June 2014 Details


This is the old Bolrog Project in the Bistro Boulders. Sit start on the big round side pull at the lip of the undercut roof. Go up on crimps, undercling, crimps.


Again, in the Bistro Boulders, walk uphill from the Bistro Wall towards the tall cone-shaped boulder. Take the east side of the formation beyond the cone-shaped boulder. The steep prow on the southeast side is it. Look for a sharp, cresent-shaped crimp above the starting hold.


2 pads or a huge pad. A spotter is nice.


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misha s
misha s  
Hi. This problem probably deserves more sends than it sees. I have to agree with David Lloyd that I think it's very height dependent, and for once it's easier if you're short. I'm a 5'3" female and I'd say that V10 is very generous, V9 probably more appropriate for shorties! awesome line, though, very clean and fairly comfortable for the small size of some holds. Nov 12, 2009
I agree with Misha. I think this is an aesthetic and fun moving line, and definitely worth a try. Very crimpy and technical. Nov 14, 2009
Davin Bagdonas
Davin Bagdonas  
Updated grade to V10-. Used the average from V9 for short climbers to V10-11 for the couple of taller folks who have repeated. I did re-climb the line this past year and felt it was on par for other V10s for a 6'1" climber. Watching shorter climbers on it, makes me agree it is definitely easier for them! Jan 13, 2017