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Routes in Nook's Rock

Battaglia's Backside V5 6C
Battaglia's Bottom V7-8 7B
Battaglias's Backside SDS V8 7B
Botslayer SDS V11 8A
Butt Slammer V10+ 7C+
Jim Hall Traverse V4-5 6B+
South Face V0 4
That Flakes It V4 6B
That Flakes It Arete V1 5
Westside Traverse V5 6C
Wimpie's Revenge V0 4
Window Shopper V12 8A+
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Type: Boulder
FA: B. Collett, November 2007
Page Views: 1,650 total, 13/month
Shared By: Ben Collett on Nov 4, 2007
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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This is another ass dragging problem. Start on the right side of the flake that is a few feet off the ground halfway along the Jim Hall Boulder. Your right hand should be on a decent sidepull with your left on a decent crimp. Make a really long move to the lip of the boulder, go up right to a little tooth, and go to the top.


1 pad is enough.


Cesar Valencia
Cesar Valencia  
doug rouse
Denver, CO.
doug rouse   Denver, CO.
Very nice line...coming from a Morrison child...V7 seems correct...although easier than the Holloway problem in the Lobby (Morrison), I would have a hard time saying .12+ (V6).... Jul 2, 2013
Matt Battaglia
Matt Battaglia  
Agreed, steep and fun, one of the only steep climbs on Flag, the rock that was under the problem is long gone, and the aforementioned ass dragging ceases to transpire (aka you can now dyno the first move and let your legs swing through). Oct 17, 2012
D@n Morta
Boulder, CO
D@n Morta   Boulder, CO
This problem deserves more credit than the above description gives it. Good rock. Fun moves. Steep. I imagine it would be an excellent place to escape the heat in the summer as well. Mar 2, 2012