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Routes in Woodland Park Boulders (The Corridor)

Arete V4 6B
Buttcrack V3 6A PG13
Crack Traverse V4+ 6B+
Fisted by Beefcakes V3 6A
Flake Traverse V0 4
From Down Under V1-2 5
Handcrack V1 5
Layback Arete V3 6A
Slab Crimp Face V1 5
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Type: Boulder, 15 ft
FA: Harvey Miller, fall of 1980?
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Shared By: phil wortmann on Oct 23, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Start up the right-trending, hand crack for a couple moves. Then, reach wide left into pockets hidden in the left traverse crack. Pretty hard, due to the fact that there is virtually nothing for you to gain footing on.


This is on the Corridor Boulder - the first rock on the right as you come up the approach trail. It is across from Arete, V4. It is the obvious, leftward-running, finger crack that starts with a short hand crack.




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Tom A.
Co. Springs
Tom A.   Co. Springs
F.A. by Harvey Miller fall of 1980. Aug 1, 2008
Asheville, NC
Lucas   Asheville, NC
Great route, the last few moves are a bit dicey if you don't have a spotter or pad....but manageable. Crux is a crimpy section between good jams. Jun 29, 2011

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