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Routes in The Marsh Boulders

Type: Boulder, 12 ft
FA: Dave Graham?
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Shared By: Tristan Perry on Oct 9, 2007
Admins: BDalhaus, Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey.LeCours, Robert Hall

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I hate G-speak in the backwoods, but here it is. If you do Boulder X but find yourself wishing there was more to it, have a look at the left arete. From a low start on two good holds, slap and bump your way up the crimps on the face and slopers on the arete. Fly out to the big key handhold on the lip with the right hand. Then switch hands and get set on the mantle. There is a foothold below the lip that can help with the mantle if you're silly pumped already, but there is no easy way to take the sting out of this move. The mantle must be one of the very best single moves in the park.

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Boulder X

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Lanky
Tired
Lanky   Tired
Hey Roy, I started a forum thread for this topic. I think you'll get better response there: mountainproject.com/v/visit… Jan 27, 2012
hey my name is Roy Quanstrom and I am from Gunnison Colorado. I am Coming out to pawtuckaway for my spring break this year but I don't know the area. I am a v8-v10 climber depending on the climb. I love compresion and dynamic moves. What do you locals think would be the best project for me while i'm there

Thanks a lot

this climb looks super dope!!! Jan 26, 2012
JEC
Lakewood, Colorado
JEC   Lakewood, Colorado
I thnk there are a couple different sets of beta for Headz but anyway you slice it you'll be a bit more pumped when you get to the Boulder-X topout.

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