Type: Boulder, 25 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: tradcragrat on Oct 9, 2008
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Access Issue: Reopened after flood damage! Details


This sweet problem goes up the bulge to the right of the big triangular wall. Start out on an undercling, then bust some big moves to a horn at about 17 feet. Now the fun part: high step and get established on the slab. I would recommend not falling from here.


This is across from the southeast side of the main boulder.


Lots of pads and spotters.


The problem is actually called Thrice Commitments whoever posted this fyi-. Aug 24, 2009
colorado springs co
loc   colorado springs co
Sorry to sandbag you, but I don't think it's a V4. Maybe a V2 at the most, but I could be doing a different line. Do you top out, Jeremy? Sep 3, 2009
Most def. top out one is pussing out right which I have done mannyyy times, because top two follows the arete to the top using that cracked horn, but yeah I would agree more w/ locs' grade. Sep 4, 2009
  V4+ PG13
  V4+ PG13
Worked on this today and not sure if I was using the right beta but definitely felt harder than V2 and maybe harder than V4. Loc likes to downgrade things that he's never sent. Didn't have a spotter so wasn't comfortable dynoing for the horn, then the rain came. It's a little chossy, but has fantastic movement...I'd honestly say V5. Aug 7, 2010
The Scare factor is ridc on this being that it's so muddy. When I got the FA, I had like 5 pads and three spots, so that def affected the send, and esp now that is has broken so many times the problem is completely different than when I did it. That is for sure. Jun 9, 2011