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Webber Seam

V4, Boulder, 13 ft,  Avg: 3.3 from 13 votes
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Pennsylvania > S Central PA > Whiskey Springs > Webber Boulder


The classic area moderate. A striking, obvious line up a seam in the center of the freestanding Webber boulder.

Start matched on a thin undercling with good feet. Move left to the seam. Crimp and sidepull up until you can grab a perfect quartz crystal crimp on the face to the right of the seam. With poor feet, make a long move to the lip and ultimately to the jug 6" behind the lip. Top out with ease.


Located off the ridge proper, down and to the right as you enter the Entrance Area. The problem is on a large, square, freestanding boulder about 50 yards down the hill.


Several pads. There is a sharp, jutting rock just behind the landing zone, and a fall from the last move will likely send you right onto it.

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Greg at the final move
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Webber Seam
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Adrian Kostrubiak
Hanover, NH
[Hide Comment] Great problem, most likely one of, if not the best problem at Whiskey. Can be as little tricky to figure out the beta, but once you got it, well, you got it. Easy as cake. Nov 23, 2008
Greg Sudlow
[Hide Comment] One of the best problems at Whiskey. Easy to protect and great landing zone. May 10, 2010
[Hide Comment] Judging from videos I've seen, I believe a flake used for right foot at the bottom has broken off. Problem felt significantly harder than a V4. Probably not doable for anyone projecting V4 problems. Aug 23, 2015