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Routes in Boy Size (Provo Area)

Alt Right V5 6C
Boysize V7 7A+
Centrist V4-5 6B+
Chexmix V2 5+
Cue ball V5 6C
Elm Street V1 5
Eurosize V5 6C
Fake news V2 5+
Fit, The V6 7A
Footmare V4+ 6B+
Golden Plates V7 7A+
Mono E Mono V4 6B
Nightmare V0 4
Nightmare on elm street V4 6B
Peep Show V1 5
Poor, The V5 6C
Rich, The V4 6B
Soulfood V0 4
Tonka V0 4
Toy Truck V0 4
Turtle's Mouth V-easy 3 R
Weak, The V4 6B
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Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: Aeon Aki on Aug 28, 2007
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Up the hill from "Boysize" is a fairly large boulder with two obvious lines on it. "Mono E Mono" takes the right of the two lines starting with your left hand in a mono and your right hand on an edge. Move more or less straight up and move right for an easy topout or stay direct for some added spice.


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Emerson Takahashi
Casper, WY
Emerson Takahashi   Casper, WY
I actually think this problem is easier for short people(i'm 5'6, +0 ape index).
There's a great high right foot above the starting right hand that you can get once your left hand is in the gaston.
Easy lock-off and reach to the lip.
Alternatively, I also was able to do the problem in a single move. From the starting holds and proper feet, a shorter person can really extend and reach the lip static.

No harder than v4 either way IMO Oct 4, 2014
Really fun! One of my fav's in the area Apr 17, 2012
Bad Sock Puppet  
A really sharp but easy problem that might be a tad bit harder for someone shorter, but only slightly more dynamic. I would have to give this a V4 at most. Jul 12, 2009