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Classic Line

V0 PG13, Boulder, 20 ft (6 m),  Avg: 2.6 from 100 votes
FA: unknown
Colorado > Boulder > Flagstaff > Tree Slab


Begin to the left of the tree, move straight up. The first moves are a bit delicate, but the holds get bigger as you gain height. Downclimb the gully to the left or continue all the way up to the "Beer Barrel" tier.



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Tree Slab.<br>
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[[Slab Traverse, V1]]105758380.
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Classic Line, V0 PG-13.
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Rodger playing on the Tree Slab.
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The Treasiest way up.
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Rodger Raubach
Loveland, CO
[Hide Comment] This is a great intro to bouldering for the neophyte. For rank beginners, a toprope is advised. I used it several times for teaching a rock school class the principles of balance climbing. I also demonstrated that it's entirely a footwork problem by climbing it one-handed. One day with rockschoolers, I did the route over 20 times, telling the students that the rock demanded to be climbed and if they were unable to do it, I had to climb it for them. Apr 30, 2011
Adam Block
[Hide Comment] Big reaches between the only features make this harder for the shorter climber. Jun 4, 2018