Type: Boulder
FA: Jim Hausmann, ~1998
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Shared By: Andy Librande on Mar 16, 2008
Admins: Leo Paik, John McNamee, Frances Fierst, Monty, Monomaniac

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Start on the bottom left side of this boulder, and move up and right along the crack. It is not especially tall, but there are some interesting moves as you wrap around to the top.




Hey Andy,
I believe that Jim Hausmann did this around 1998 as well as the line starting on the other side of the boulder (not sure what that was rated?) I think it was like V4? I will have to do it again to see myself. Thanks.

Luke Childers Jun 9, 2009
Denver, CO
GregParker   Denver, CO
What's the easier route that starts on the obvious rail around the corner to the right of this route? Thanks. May 6, 2012
I've climbed the problem on the right that you're referring to. Start matched on the rail with a heel and do a nice move to a bomber left hand and then up and right to a jug before topping out. I don't think it's on MP, but to me it felt like maybe V2? May 7, 2012
Problem to the right was pretty cool, I'd agree on V2. Dec 1, 2012
Ryando Smithman
Golden, CO
Ryando Smithman   Golden, CO
This is a good problem to humble a person, as it certainly has me. Still looking for the send, although admittedly it's the last thing I hopped on today. Either it's harder than I thought or just gritty, in your face, skin splitting fun! Apr 13, 2013
Scott Hunt
Golden, CO
Scott Hunt   Golden, CO
The climb to the right is in the Colorado Bouldering - Front Range guide. It's listed as a V1. Apr 13, 2015
R Sather
This problem surprised me. I thought the sit start was really fun and reminiscent of the bouldering in Vedauwoo. I started low left on obvious chalked up holds with my left foot in a high heel toe cam. Moving up right to the jug rail and continuing though on awkward sloping rails and crimps before getting established around the corner. This climb might be easier for the taller climber, as I found myself keeping feet below the bulge traversing around the corner. A burly little gem! Mar 31, 2018