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Type: Boulder, 13 ft
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Shared By: matthewWallace on Nov 29, 2008
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey LeCours, Jonathan Steitzer, Robert Hall

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Just on the other side of the stone wall as you enter the Pound, there are some jugs to your right, sit start and move up the slightly overhanging face on jugs, when get to the lip where there is a hidden jug just over the lip. So stand on the stone wall before you try it and locate this gem of a hold. Once in this hold move your feet up and reach to the obvious slopey slot, once in this slot move feet up again, then move hands over the top on more slopey holds, with your right hand bump to a good hold about six inches back. At this point you want to have the weight of yourself on your left foot so you can put your right foot into the hidden hold just over the lip. Once in this hold with you right foot the problem is a walk up from there. This is hard because you have to feel the holds for your feet because you cannot see them.

I feel this is harder than (vo).

Also be sure to have a spotter because of the nature of this route if you cut off at the wrong point you will land on your back and it hurts trust me I have taken this fall. Also have the spotter watch you from hitting the wall to the right, I have seen two people sprain their ankles from awkwardly landing on the wall.


just on the other side of the stone wall as you enter the Pound


Pad and spot so you don't hit the wall.
Sandwich, NH
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
I by passed the slopers on the top out by going from the first set of slopers in the slot to the good hold, this is a really big move and a blind toss if you don't know where the hold is. Apr 25, 2009
Patrick Feeney
hartland vt
Patrick Feeney   hartland vt
im doing this route tomorrow and i have looked at it,but still not sure about where your feet go,anyone can help me? Jun 8, 2010
Sandwich, NH
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
For the feet use the big flat holds, when you are pulling the lip put your left foot as high as it can go under the lip and right foot in the jug just over the lip on the right. Does that help? Jun 9, 2010
Patrick Feeney
hartland vt
Patrick Feeney   hartland vt
yeah matt is does.cant wait to get on this problem today Jun 9, 2010
Sandwich, NH
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
Cool man I hope you send, this was my first "project" boulder problem when I stared bouldering, It may be a little tough for the grde but it is an absolute classic! Jun 10, 2010
Christian Prellwitz
Telluride, CO
Christian Prellwitz   Telluride, CO
Not that it matters all that much, but my understanding of this problem is that you are supposed to go directly up from the starting holds, essentially following the faint seam. (not to the good hold out right that is being described)

Probably around v0+-v1 this way. Oct 28, 2013
Graham O.  
A total blast Jul 31, 2016

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