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Routes in Skip and Sandy Boulder

Deacon Variation V7 7A+
Devastating Reverend Tom, The V10 7C+
Empire of Dirt V0 4
Skip and Sandy V3 6A
Tweekers V2 5+
Under Wicked Skies V3- 6A
Wicked Deacon V4+ 6B+
Type: Boulder, 16 ft
FA: unknown
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Shared By: matthewWallace on Dec 3, 2008
Admins: Jay Knower, M Sprague, lee hansche, Jeffrey.LeCours, Robert Hall

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Sit start with hands on sidepulls the right one being very small and with a decent foot, move your right hand first to a slopey crimp/sidepull with a small thumbcatch, then comes the crux move to what has been described as an ear, it is a two finger crimp or a horrible gaston so pick you poison. From there dyno up and right and finish with Skip and Sandy (V3).


On the Skip and Sandy Boulder on the opposite side as the road just right of the left arete.


Pad and a spotter.


Jeremiah Johnson
Contoocook, NH
Jeremiah Johnson   Contoocook, NH
It looks good to me! I like these problems a lot - it's hard to beat having such high-quality boulders just sitting literally on the side of the road like this. Feb 22, 2010
Sandwich, NH
matthewWallace   Sandwich, NH
Yeah I posted the arete variation as "Under Wicked Skies". Do you think I have missed anything on the description, I cannot boulder this hard but I spotted someone on it so I posted it. What you think?

Check it out here... Under Wicked Skies Feb 19, 2010
Jeremiah Johnson
Contoocook, NH
Jeremiah Johnson   Contoocook, NH
There is a variation to this problem which starts the same, but instead of going to the ear, jump to a slopey jug on the arete at v6 - v8 maybe (it's height dependent). And starting sitting on the left arete and heading up is v4 or so. Feb 19, 2010